This message is sent out on behalf of
The Singapore Star Wars community from
Starwars.sg and the
501st Legion Singapore Garrison.
Celebrities Auction Personalised Star Wars Clone Trooper Helmets
to Help Needy Children
The Singapore Star Wars community from Starwars.sg and the 501st Legion
Singapore Garrison has organised a fund-raiser 'Wish Upon The Stars' to
benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation (Singapore) to auction personalised
Star Wars helmets from celebrities, artist and prominent figures in
Singapore on eBay Inc. Singapore-born, Taiwanese pop sensation
Lin Jun Jie, popular local actor Adrian Pang, and Mr Teo Ser Luck Mayor,
North East District, Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Community
Development, Youth and Sports & Ministry of Transport, and Toy Designer
DEVILROBOTS are amongst the 12 stars who have left their creative marks
and loving touch on the widely recognised Clone Troopers helmets.
Proceeds will help grant wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses.
The fund-raising effort is held in conjunction with the Singapore Toy, Games
and Comic Convention 2009 organised by PI Events where the 12 uniquely
helmets were showcased at the convention from 13 - 16 August 2009.
The helmets will be auctioned through our online marketplace partner, eBay
Inc, for a 7-day auction, and ending on 31 August 2009.
Follow this link to see the helmets on auction:
The list of celebraties/ artistes include:
Mr Teo Ser Luck
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About 501st Legion
The 501st Legion is a worldwide Star Wars costuming organisation
comprised and operated by Star Wars fans. While it is not sponsored by
Lucasfilm Ltd., it is Lucasfilm's preferred Imperial costuming group.
Star Wars, its characters, costumes, and all associated items are the
intellectual property of Lucasfilm. Copyright 2009 Lucasfilm Ltd. All
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About Make-A-Wish Foundation® (Singapore)
Make-A-Wish Foundation® (Singapore) is part of the global organisation
that grants the wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses.
Each wish brings smiles, laughter and a sense of wonder, together with
many special memories to cherish. Globally, the Foundation's aim is
to grant one wish every hour of every day, 365 days a year. Since the
launch of our affiliate in 2003, we have granted over 410 magical
wishes here in Singapore. The goal is to reach every medically
eligible child and bring them renewed strength to battle their