Creation Stands set up a place where the stars of Supernatural can raise money for their charties.
Richard Speight, Jr. is working to support Disabled American Veterans.
Every day, all over the world, ordinary people do extraordinary things. From defending democracy to delivering humanitarian aid and support, the women and men of our armed forces consistently demonstrate a level of commitment and selflessness that is, to me, awe inspiring. Regardless of the mission, these people deserve your respect while abroad and our support when they return. That is why I am a proud supporter of Disabled American Veterans and the work they do for soldiers injured while serving so bravely. www.dav.org-Richard Speight, Jr.
Check out his three tee shirt styles including:
Ruth Connell supports My Hope Chest.
My Hope Chest is on a mission to make a difference in a breast cancer survivor's life. It is the only national breast reconstruction organization working to help uninsured and under insured women heal completely. www.myhopechest.org
Among her designs is:
Support for My Hope Chest was included in one of the GISHWHES challenges this year.
For this challenge, you must pen a message of hope in colored ink on a white bra. Channeling your inner supermodel and stage a public photo shoot of someone wearing this “support undergarment.” (You may wear a shirt underneath it if you prefer and you must adhere to local laws. Please note that GISHWHES does not provide bail money.) Extra Points for working MyHopeChest.org and butterflies into your design!Ruth described the success:
Mark Sheppard's charity is Camp Conrad Chinnock.
Camp Conrad Chinnock allows children with diabetes to have a positive camping experience and demonstrate to everyone that these children can participate in the same activities considered only possible for children without diabetes. www.diabetescamping.org
One of Mark's tee shirts reminds us:
Mark just finished a Represent campaign for the camp:
Rob Benedict supports Tne National Stroke Asssociation:
In October of 2013, at a SPN convention in Toronto, I had a stroke. It was unexpected and random, and if it hadn’t been for the quick actions of those around me, most notably my friend Richard Speight Jr, I may not be here today. The National Stroke Association provides insight on how to spot a stroke, how to prevent one and where to get help. Strokes can happen to anyone, at any age. Stay informed and save someone’s life." www.stroke.org - Rob Benedict
Rob also tells his story here:
Rob's story has inspired an Indiegogo campaign:
Alaina Huffman has thrown her support to Ronald McDonald House.
Since 1974, Ronald McDonald House and its network of local Chapters have been making children happier by keeping families together - giving them a place to rest and refresh. I support them because it takes a village and when you have sick kids you need all the support you can get. www.rmhc.org-Alaina Huffman
Kim Rhodes is raising money for ASAN (Autistic Self Advocacy Network).
She offers three tee shirts, including:
Briana Buckmaster has thrown her support behind The Canadian Women's Foundation:
She is selling this tee shirt:
Kim and Briana have also thrown their support behind Misha's Random Acts Campaign and have restarted their WAF campaign to raise funds.
Kim and Briana are not the only Supernatural stars who lend their help to Random Acts.
“I want to support Misha Collins and his charity Random Acts. His efforts are making big differences in the world, and we can be a small part of that." www.randomacts.org- Kathryn Newton
Random Acts sponsors, AMOK, an Annual Melee of Kindness. During this global day of kindness everyone all over the world is encouraged to go out into their local communities and perform kind acts to those in need. www.randomacts.org- Osric Chau
Osric is running a special 2 week campaign to help Random Acts. It starts August 22.
Launching tomorrow at Noon EST— Osric Chau (@OsricChau) August 22, 2016
This is gonna be a lot of fun! ? pic.twitter.com/I1tPl8GQYw
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Some SPN Family members support causes but don't use Creation Stands.
Travis Aaron Wade promoted and attended Art for ALS: An Art Auction to Raise Funds for ALS Research, a fund raiser for ALS in June of this year.
Travis supports many causes, including Arm the Animals
ATA was created in 2010 as a tribute to a fallen family member to continue her good works in the animal welfare community; five years later, it has become a socially conscious, fashion phenomenon. By creating cool, witty, thought-provoking T-shirts & apparel and donate a portion of the proceeds to animal rescues. This all be done with two very ambitious, long-term goals: to positively affect the lives of millions of animals while defining a new aesthetic for animal advocacy.
TRUT4H (Thespians Reissue Unique Threads 4 Hope)
TRUT4H is dedicated to give to those who may be having a hard time with life's challenges. We believe in the responsibility to help the fans of Supernatural, worldwide, who may find themselves in a difficult financial situation due to no fault of their own. Through the money we raise, our passion and mission will be to provide resources and means for fans to have a connection to a series unlike any other.
The Progression Foundation
A non-profit organization established to cause progress. Progression Foundation creates awareness around social, environmental and world issues. Through private and public donations we fund media projects and organizations working for radical change.
Band for Arms
Bands for Arms mission is primarily focused towards all United States Military Services Members. Bands For Arms will donate up to 50% of the sale price supporting military non-profit organizations, to help raise funds to continue a bridge of communication with their loved ones. Communication with Sailor, Airmen, Coast Guard, Marine or Soldier with their loved ones back home, is the primary goal and mission of Bands For Arms.
Get Your Boots On!
The Boot Campaign mission is to promote patriotism for America and our military community; raise awareness of the unique challenges service members face during and post-service; and provide assistance to military personnel, past and present, and their families.
Travis was also a co-producer on Extinction Soup a documentary about
an environmental catastrophe in the making - the extinction of the oceans' shark population through the mass slaughter of these magnificent animals for their fins.
Earlier this year, Felicia Day sponsored a scholorship to Girls Make Games.
a series of international summer camps, workshops and game jams designed to inspire the next generation of designers, creators, and engineers.
Felicia's Geek and Sundry's Twitch channel has held several livestreams for charity. In March they did a three day event for Lupus Foundation of America and
in June they did a 24 hour event for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). In August, Felicia took part in a reading of an early draft of The Goonies to benefit the Save a Yorkie Rescue.
Mark Pellegrino is running a Represent campaign to "Keep Hope Alive".
Mark Pellegrino has teamed up with Attitudes In Reverse® to help start conversations about good mental health and suicide prevention.
Nerds and Beyond gives more details about this campaign.
We also have to honor the Supernatural community. When the fandom heard about Ethan Landry, a 13 year old boy with autism, who loves the Impala, we rallied around to give him the best birthday present ever. Jared posted the story in his Facebook:
His mother Sharon Landry posted this:
Finally, once again Supernatural is sponsoring a team in the annual Ride to Conquer Cancer, which will take place August 27-28. They have already met and exceeded their goal of $15,000
I am so proud to be part of this fandom! The generosity of our cast is matched only by the generosity of the fans.