As Jedi News prepares for 2015 with the arrival of Star Wars Episode VII on December 18th and Star Wars Celebration Anaheim in April it’s time to close off this leg of Caravan of the Force journey with some amazing auctions with all proceeds going to Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK.
At 11:38pm GMT last night we launched our 10 days of auctions with three amazing items that finish at 11:38pm GMT on May 18th (click on the images for a closer look): –
- Microsoft Xbox 360 320GB Star Wars Kinect Console signed by 33 cast and crew including Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Peter Mayhew, Ian McDiarmid, Anthony Daniels, Kenny Baker, Dave Prowse, Jeremy Bulloch, Warwick Davis, Ben Burtt, Gary Kurtz, Lorne Peterson, Matthew Wood, Dave Acord, Dave Filoni and many others covering all movies, The Clone Wars and the upcoming Star Wars Rebels.
- Jedi News Caravan of the Force Crew t-shirt signed by 19 cast and crew including Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Peter Mayhew, Ian McDiarmid, Kenny Baker, Jeremy Bulloch, Temuera Morrison, Femi Taylor, Amy Allen, Ashley Eckstein and many others covering all movies and The Clone Wars.
- Celebration Europe II exclusive art print The Slave Princess by artist Joe Corroney – artist proof signed by artist Joe Corroney as well as one of the two featured characters Jeremy Bulloch (Boba Fett).
In addition, we have other items including Jedi News Celebration Europe patches, Boba Fett backing cards from The Black Series 6” line created by Hasbro for The Black Series launch on July 19th last year at Toys ‘R’ Us in Brent Cross, London signed by Jeremy Bulloch and John Morton as well as Hasbro action figures signed by Dave Prowse (Darth Vader) and Paul Bateman. Some of these auctions are now live with others going live over the next few days so keep checking back.
So, friends, family, strangers and Star Wars fans alike, dig deep and contribute to the Caravan of the Force by bidding on these auctions or by making a donation at Justgiving.co.uk/Caravan-of-the-Force. It doesn’t matter how big or little the contribution, it all goes to Make-A-Wish and hopefully together we can help bring smiles to the faces of many terminally ill children by turning their wishes and dreams into reality. Happy hunting!