Donates $6500 To Valhalla Veteran’s Services launched sales of a Boba Fett medallion on May 18, 2020 and thanks to the amazing support of the collector community, sold out in just 58 hours.

On June 26th, several members of the board, along with Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society members, were able to attend a Valhalla Veteran’s Services meeting where they presented a check for $6571 to the Executive Director, Eric Darling.

PSWCS Valhalla Veterans Check Presentation VP Steve Rensi presents VVS Director Eric Darling with check

Thanks to all those that purchased the Boba Fett medallion, the 10th in the series, this donation was possible. We look forward to working with more charities in the future and with the support of fans, hope to continue donating to deserving organizations in and around Pennsylvania.

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

About was founded in 2013 and received IRS status as a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in November 2014. The goal of is to raise monetary donations to help charitable organizations in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. More information can be found on the web at

Valhalla Veteran’s Services

Valhalla Veteran’s Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides Counseling, Continuing Education Seminars, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, and Group Education to all warriors (veterans and first-responders) who have faithfully served our Nation and their families. Valhalla Veteran’s Services Vision is to Evolve into a platform where all warriors, first responders, and supporting organizations can come together under one operating network. Effectively provide hope, purpose, and connection to every warrior in need, while creating a cultural change in the way society views, researches, and treats suicide. Their ultimate mission is to stop suicides in the warrior community. Their board of directors are all veterans or spouses who believe that the best people to train veterans or teach veterans about veterans are veterans.