Launches Fundraiser at Star Wars Celebration Launches Castaway Critters Fundraiser at Star Wars™ Celebration Anaheim

PSWCS Darth Vader, in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Star Wars Collecting Society (PSWCS), will be selling Darth Vader themed medallions at Star Wars™ Celebration Anaheim to raise funds to support Castaway Critters.

Castaway Critters, based in Harrisburg, PA, is a no-kill animal shelter focused on sick, injured, and special needs animals.

The limited edition medallion is fully approved by Lucasfilm and has an edition size of 1000 pieces.  Each medallion features the likeness of Darth Vader on the front, along with the date and the name of the charity, Castaway Critters.  The back features the PSWCS logo.

The medallions will be $10 each and will be accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity and receipt as they are tax deductible.

The medallions go on sale at the PSWCS booth #1077 during Star Wars™ Celebration Anaheim from April 16 – 19, 2015.  Remaining medallions will be available for sale online after the convention.

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

About Castaway Critters

Castaway Critters, The James A. Hueholt Memorial Foundation for Animals is a local grass-roots No-Kill animal rescue founded by Barbara Holmes and friends and family of James A. Hueholt, who died in 1994 at age 37.  Jim rescued and cared for many animals himself.   Our work in lessening the suffering of companion animals is a tribute to him and to his love of life.