More good news included Avengers: Infinity War stars Tom Holland and Chris Evans visiting with sick children and giving a special screening of Infinity War at New York’s Kravis Children’s Hospital at Mount Sinai in The Child Life Zone and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for all to see.
It’s really awesome to see celebrities and major companies like this giving back to the ones who really look up to them and support. Even in the pictures, you get the sense that interactions like this mean the world to these kids, and that’s what counts.
Underneath all of the powers and fancy hero costumes, these stars are just regular human beings, and making that sort of human connection on the ground level with fans that could use the extra support is what being a true hero is all about. “With great power comes great responsibility”, like Uncle Ben said, right?
“Wishes are an important part of a child’s medical care. They can have super power-like effects building the physical and emotional strength kids need to fight a critical illness,” says Jon Stettner, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish International.
David Williams, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish America, added the following:
“Thanks to the support of Marvel Studios, more kids around the world will replace fear with confidence, sadness with joy, and anxiety with hope through the experience of a wish-come-true.”
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