Whether you’re Irish or prefer to hang out with your little green friend on Dagobah, luck will be with you if you purchase a Luke Skywalker charity medallion to help support The ARC of Pennsylvania.
For only $12.50 shipped in the US (International shipping available) you can bring home a limited edition Luke Skywalker medallion. With an edition size of 1000 pieces, and fully approved by Lucasfilm, this medallion will be a fun addition to your collection while proceeds from sales will benefit your friends in Pennsylvania who require advocacy services, early intervention, housing, home-care assistance, day support, respite and job training as well as both children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities – including Down syndrome, autism, and cerebral palsy.
The ARC of Pennsylvania, based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has 33 chapters throughout the state, and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
You can place your orders now at pswcs.com/charity.cfm
About the Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society
The Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society was formed in 2000 to bring together collectors living in and around Pennsylvania. Club members use an email list and monthly meetings to keep in touch and share their love of the hobby surrounding the Star Wars™ films. They began their charity work in 2003 by holding annual toy drives and expanded in 2009 with the sale of their first Lucasfilm approved Star Wars™ collectible medallion. More information can be found on the web at www.pswcs.com.
PSWCS.org was founded in 2013 and received IRS status as a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in November 2014. The goal of PSWCS.org is to raise monetary donations to help charitable organizations in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. More information can be found on the web at www.pswcs.org.
About The ARC of Pennsylvania
The Arc of Pennsylvania promotes the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes. The organization represents the nearly 200,000 people living in Pennsylvania with intellectual and developmental disabilities – including Down syndrome, autism, and cerebral palsy- as well as their family members and friends.
The Arc of Pennsylvania is a leading resource for information on issues that impact individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It has a statewide presence through their affiliation with 33 local chapters. Their state office coordinates strategic, grassroots advocacy efforts; provides policy analysis and trainings; and implements the statewide Include Me and the Arc Discovery Employment Transitions (ADEPT) programs that serve children and adults. Their local chapters provide a variety of critical services, including advocacy services, Early Intervention, housing, home-care assistance, day supports, respite and job training.