Bob Morley uses his voice for humanitarian causes once again by launching another Represent campaign. This time around, the campaign is pivoted towards NAMI (National Alliance For Mental Illness) and Little Hearts Learning.
In light of the Australian fires, global citizens have been pitching in to send relief efforts. These efforts benefit the Australian Red Cross, the Australian Wildlife, the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital, and countless others.
Australia’s very own Bob Morley and Eliza Taylor have launched their very own Represent campaign to help those affected by the fires. Proceeds raised by the endeavor will aide the RFS, the CFA, and the Red Cross.
October 24th will be Eliza’s 30th birthday and to celebrate, Grounders Source will be hosting an exclusive raffle fundraiser. The donations will benefit Koh Tao Primary-which is Eliza’s school in Thailand. Piqued your interest? Continue below!
Bob Morley is doing another Represent.com campaign, and this time, it’s for the Jed Foundation. He is encouraging the fandom to support a wonderful cause, and you can find out on how you can do just this.
The 100 cast are an especially giving group of people who are trying hard to make the world a better place. One example of this is Eliza Taylor, who is raising money for a non-profit school in Thailand.
While The 100 fandom knows Dichen Lachman for her role of Anya, a Grounder that can be both hot and cold, (She and Clarke had a falling out, then an agreement) she is also known for other roles. Most recently, Dichen has filmed a sci-fi, post-apocalyptic short, Webcam. The film also stars Drew Van Acker and is directed by Nick Delgado.
Lindsey Morgan’s helping to raise funds for the victims of the Pulse Night Club shooting with a campaign entitled “Battle Scars.”
I am happy to announce that Bobby Morley raised over $1,800 (In U.S. Currency, approximately $2,500 in Australian) with his Represent.com T-Shirt campaign for Beyond Blue, a non-profit organization for mental illnesses and depression in Australia. The total number of shirts sold was 783! I am greatly proud of everyone who gave their support for a fantastic cause! I myself have been making awareness for mental health for I have major depression with its ‘minions,’ and this is something that definitely to be spoken about. It is not a shame, a fault, or an evil presence. It does not make you a bad person. Not at all.
Also, I have ordered an extra shirt to use as a future contest prize for the site. Again, congratulations to Bobby on his successful campaign! XOXOXO
The 100 has such an AMAZING fan base, and I am very proud to be a part of it!