AFutureSuperHero and Friends will be traveling across the California coast line between Dec. 11th-13th to meet children challenged with physical and mental disabilities and those hospitalized for horrible diseases, including cancer and give them a Baby Yoda doll for Christmas. This visit will be a non-contact drop off and all health and safe guidelines will be followed to ensure the recipients as well as the organization’s founder remain protected. All children and parents taking part in the event must also wear masks and maintain social distancing.
The nonprofit team wants to play their part in reminding these brave children that they are neither alone in their fight nor ever forgotten. The visit to each of these children will be made with the consent of their parents/guardians and will be kept focused on positivity and bringing joy in the season of happiness,
The AFutureSuperHero and Friends team aims to bring at least 100 Baby Yoda dolls inspired by the character in the latest Disney-owned Star Wars franchise streaming series, namely The Mandalorian. The doll has been chosen as a symbol of continued resistance, strength, and hope, three qualities that Star Wars fans have observed from Master Yoda demonstrating endless times on-screen.
The trip has been planned instead of the nonprofit’s third annual 50 state tour that has been postponed due to the coronavirus situation. The short tour that the nonprofit team has labelled “California Love Christmas Tour” will include stops in the north towards Bakersfield, Lompoc, Modesto, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and as far down as El Centro.
AFutureSuperHero and Friends has been engaged in providing financial and morale support to various segments of the population with their specific problems. Since its inception, the nonprofit has successfully completed numerous small to large charity projects that include backpack giveaways, blood donation drives, art healing projects, costumes for sick children, home and hospital visits to special children, and delivering food and shelter to the homeless.
Speaking about the vision behind the nonprofit and the excitement around the California Love Christmas Tour, Founder Yuri Williams, said, “This year has been very rough on adults and children But I would like to end the year on a positive note and make sure 100 kids receive The Child.”
You can donate to Yuri’s cause here.