Marvel Studios performed until Avengers: Infinity War a major charity campaign under the name Marvel Studios: Hero Acts. Today, Walt Disney Company announced that it is donating over $ 1.25 million to two different charities
"We are proud to donate Make-A-Wish and Starlight Children's Foundation," said Kevin Feige , the director of Marvel Studios. "It is an honor to make an important contribution to these two organizations, which are constantly striving to improve the lives of seriously ill children."
According to a press release from Disney, Marvel Studios donate over $ 800,000 to Make-A- I want to meet life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses around the world.
"Desires are an important part of a child's medical care, and they can have super-strong effects that enhance the physical and emotional strength that children need to fight critical illness," says Jon Stettner, president and CEO of Make -A-Wish International. David Williams, President
Working with Make-A-Wish International, Marvel Studios invited nine Make-A-Wish children to the world premiere of Avengers: Infinity War on April 23.
The two companies have teamed up once again to fulfill the biggest set-visit wish of all time and to allow 21 make-A-Wish the kids to visit the set of the still-to-be-named Avengers 4 movie while it's still on was produced.
The remainder of the money will be donated to the Starlight Children's Foundation, a charity that focuses on bringing joy to children in hospitals
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