Emily's House at the Philip Aziz Centre for Hospice Care
"Growing up, I loved my WWE shirts. The classic graphics with the date and arena... So if I'm going to risk life & limb in a WWE Ring this Sunday, we're DEFINITELY doing something to raise money for charity," explained Stephen Amell.
The charitable organization Emily's House, a Toronto-based hospice for children and families specializing in end of life care, will take 100% of the proceeds from sales of the Amell vs Stardust shirt.
Amell was introduced to Emily's House by the Muirhead Family who spent the final week of their son "Odd Sock" Ollie's life at Emily's House. Ollie passed on July 12, 2015 and the campaign was started to help, "the hard workers at Emily's House and to [preserve the] memory of Ollie," said Amell.
"There will be no relaunch of this campaign... When this Monday's Raw is over, so is the campaign," said Amell.
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