The costumes created and hand picked by True Blood’s costume designer Audrey Fisher were once again fabulous in the past season. A particular fan favorite was the stunning and very sexy red dress that Jessica wore during the karaoke night at the Compton Mansion. Cherry Bomb anyone?
Audrey Fisher kindly donated a bunch of special wardrobe posters of the Cherry Bomb dress to The Vault for charity purposes and we couldn’t think of a better day than today to put them up for sale to benefit the Choroideremia Research Foundation.
Today, EJ Scott was supposed to run his 11th marathon of this year (yes you heard that correctly ELEVENTH) in New York City. It was announced yesterday that the marathon has been cancelled because of the devastation hurricane Sandy left the city in. Our thoughts are with all the victims in the area. EJ is determined to fulfill his goal to run 12 marathons this year and flew cross country to be in NY today, therefore he has decided to run 26.2 miles in NY today and will be joining a group that will run around Central Park. Unfortunately this means he will miss all the press, promotion and donations for his cause that he otherwise would have received.
The Vault would like to show its support for EJ by starting the poster sale today and to wish EJ a happy birthday in advance for November 6.
The poster is totally unique and is sold only on The Vault and nowhere else. It is signed by both Deborah Ann Woll and Audrey Fisher. We only have 15 pieces, so hurry over to eBay if you want one. As always all proceeds minus fees will be donated to the Choroideremia Research Foundation.
Visit the auction listing: http://r.ebay.com/8b0X7d
To wish EJ a happy birthday you could make a donation to the CRF on Crowdrise or by Paypal.
The Vault has joined E.J.’s team in support of his goal to run 12 marathons in 12 different states of the USA in 2012. You can make credit card donations securely through our action page: http://www.crowdrise.com. All the money raised will count for E.J.’s grand total and your comment will also appear on E.J.’s Crowdrise page. Donations are tax deductible for US residents.
You can also donate directly and safely to the Choroideremia Research Foundation by credit card or Paypal using the PayPal button here below. Donations are tax deductible for US residents.