The defining qualities of a superhero include selflessness, compassion and a dedication to making the world a better place. Characters like Captain America inspire us to better ourselves by committing acts of generosity. So, when a charity like Flying Hero Club is founded on the beliefs that superheroes stand for, it deserves to be recognised for the work it’s doing. Continue reading “The Flying Hero Club Gives Children The Chance To Feel Like Their Favourite Superheroes”
One of the most common problems in the world today is homelessness. Millions of people all over the world are living on the streets, begging for money, trapped in an endless cycle of poverty. People can become homeless for a number of reasons and it can happen to anyone. It made me think about how superheroes can end up on the streets as well. For all their powers, they are unable to help themselves. Some homeless characters have started off with a rough life and managed to build a better one. The Comic Vault is looking into four comic characters who know what it’s like to be homeless.
We live in a world where convenience exists at our fingertips, due to the amount of phone apps that carry out various functions. The best kind of apps combine practicality with a worthy cause, and one of the best apps I’ve come across is called The Dealer. The UK based app provides recreational discounts at a variety of restaurants and cafes in different cities. The money saving idea is paired with a charitable approach, as you can donate a portion of what you save to helping the homeless.
It’s always great to see celebrities doing their part for charity, and this was the case with Captain America actor, Chris Evans. He teamed up with Omaze to turn a comic book store into an escape room in Boston, Massachusetts. Evans was raising money for Christopher’s Haven, a charity dedicated to providing living areas for families of children being treated for cancer in Boston hospitals.