The ever-popular The 100 convention, Unity Days, held January 19th-21st (second and final (?) one) held in Vancouver, BC was an absolute success. Fans from all the pinpoints of the globe attended the event to hang out with fifteen The 100 stars, explore the unique on-set props, engage in panels, and hopefully gain spoilers for the upcoming season 5. There was also the Cancer Gets Lost silent auction (second year) Friday evening prior the guests’ festivities. The tables were filled with beautiful fan art, cast donated items, and official merchandise from The 100. The auction itself raised close to an astounding $11,000 ($10,854 USD) for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network in honor of the Cancer Gets Lost founder, Jo Garfein’s mother-in-law who passed away one month ago from stage-four pancreatic cancer after a courageous battle.