Thursday, January 21, 2010

Eric Kripke Is As Generous As He Is Talented...

A few weeks ago, I told you about all of the good work is doing for the A Dog Life rescue organization locally out here in Los Angeles. But those fangirls are something else these days. Despite having already pledged to raise $30,000 this year for the animal avengers, they are now expanding their efforts globally to aid the people of Haiti whose lives were devastated by two major earthquakes within the last few days.

Supernatural creator Eric Kripke approached with an amazing opportunity, very generously donating the pair of Waterford Crystal commemorative flutes that he received when Supernatural was nominated for a 2010 People’s Choice Award (which the show subsequently won). The flutes are one of a kind and cannot be purchased. The pair of flutes come with a letter written to the cast of Supernatural and each stem has an etching on it. One is etched with “People’s Choice Awards 2010 Nominee” and the other is etched with “Supernatural.”

The cast and crew of Supernatural hope that the exclusivity of this item will help raise a significant amount of money for the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund (CBHF).

At the request of the show, the eBay auction will begin TONIGHT at 9pm eastern on January 21, in sync with the mid-season premiere of Supernatural (episode #5.11, "Sam, Interrupted"). Please visit at that time for the link to the auction.

And be prepared to outbid ME!

1 comment:

CandyMaize said...

Wonderful that you included this on your blog :-)

And I agree, very generous of Kripke and hopefully a substantial amount of money is raised.