PSWCS: We won’t tell you the odds, but we will tell you that time is running out….

The awesome folks at the Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society (PSWCS) have reached out about their new Luke Skywalker medallion, and the opportunity to get this and last year’s BB-8 medallion at a great price whilst supporting two great charities, but time is running out for this two pack….

The Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society (PSWCS) has a limited number of their two pack charity medallions remaining. Purchase both, their newest medallion Luke Skywalker to support The ARC of Pennsylvania and their BB-8 medallion to support No Warrior without Help. For only $23.99 shipped in the US (international shipping available) you can support two great charities! Purchase these before midnight on August 29, or until supplies run out to get this great deal!

The ARC of Pennsylvania, based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has 33 chapters throughout the state, and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. They provide advocacy services, early intervention, housing, home-care assistance, day supports, respite and job training for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities – including Down syndrome, autism, and cerebral palsy.  They also provide support services for their family members and friends.

No Warrior without Help, based in Central Pennsylvania, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides direct financial support to assist wounded veterans as well as train service dogs.

These limited-edition medallions are fully approved by Lucasfilm and each have an edition size of 1000 pieces. One medallion features the likeness of Luke Skywalker and the other medallion features the likeness of BB-8 on the front, along with the date and the name of each charity, The ARC of Pennsylvania or No Warrior without Help. The back features the PSWCS logo.

You can place your orders here or at the link below — happy hunting!

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