The Twilight Fandom Gives Back needs your help!
The week of November 15th – 20th a wonderful thing is taking place! Yes, it is the week leading up to The Twilight Saga: New Moon premiere, kiddies, but that’s not all!
A group has formed to create The Twilight Fandom Gives Back, a group of Twilight fans that calls for donation to a charitable foundation. TFGB was created by three lovely, saucy ladies of the fan fiction world: Nina “ninapolitan“, Lola “LolaShoes” & Christina “tby789” (On an unrelated side-note: We ❤ their work! Wowzas!) and they need our help!
Did you know that every year over 200,000 children worldwide are diagnosed with a form of childhood cancer? We cannot ignore this shocking statistic impacting the youth of the world, and we certainly hope that you won’t either. We need your help.
Here at The Pattinson Project, we are big supporters of charity (especially any charity that Rob Pattinson would stand behind)! It’s a known fact that the particular charity that TFGB has chosen, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, is one of Peter Facinelli’s favorite charities. Yes, you know who– Dr. Cullen of Twilight! So, who can tell Mr. Facinelli & all these children who need our help “no“? I know we can’t!
The money raised will go to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer, a 501(c)3 public charity, to fund childhood cancer research projects. The mission of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation is to raise funds and awareness of childhood cancer causes, primarily to support research into new cures and treatments; to encourage and educate others, especially children, to raise money for childhood cancer by holding their own lemonade stands; and to expedite the process of finding new cures and treatments, and bringing them to children with cancer now.
Please help support our efforts and this critically important cause by making a contribution through our virtual stand.
You can do your part by going to their ‘virtual stand’ and making your donation today!
Please visit their website! Let’s get this message out there! It’s just one little think we can do to make a difference!
I’m going to risk the chance at sounding cheesy when I remind you to do it for the kids! 😉