Hey, charity warriors: we're interested to hear what this community means to you. Have any of our actors' campaigns affected you in a positive way or inspired you to do more? What have you liked about them? How have the campaigns affected your personal involvement in philanthropy or charity? Tell us everything. Get seriously feelsy with it, we can take it.

Supported: Lana's "Long Live the Queen" Campaign

Hey. I know the campaign has ended but i really do like to by n t-shirt please.

Supported: Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki & Misha Collins' "SPN Family Love" Campaign

I had a bad year - from like last October to this November. Anyway, pressure-cooker, I blew - out, not in cuz then I'm catatonic; but it resulted in a 72-hour hold. While there, I wore a bunch of my Stands stuff cause It's so comfy and doesn't choke me. And while I was trying to avoid every single person there that I possibly could, those shirts from various campaigns turned into a way for me to communicate about the show, the people, the charities, and the overall theme - AKF. That's the only way I made it through with only a 42-hour hold. I've got enough swag to get me through 72-hours, but I don't want to go there ever again - I WILL NOT BE MY MOM - but I think I turned some people on to a show and some campaigns that helped them. And now it's December and I'm in my new house and I have a tree...and I am pretty fan-damn-lucky. Reach out - it helps. I didn't know I needed it until it was too late.

Samantha Winchester
Supported: Rob Benedict's "Rock God" Campaign

I wish I could put public service ads on saturday morning, in cartoon format, during the cool cartoons; telling the kids that strokes happen to everybody... it doesnt matter how old you are. I had mine at 32. Thanks Rob for running this campaign.

(and yes that is my legal name lol)

Lindsay A Beard
Supported: Rob Benedict's "Rock God" Campaign

Not only is this such a comfy shirt (one of my favorites hands down) but its for such a great cause. My fam and I went to the Station Breaks concert in Atlanta at Eddie's Attic and since we didn't have any shirts of their's, we all opted to buy and wear Rob's shirt. Then ran into a bloke who wanted a pic with the band but wasn't allowed to because he was a single, so we pulled him into our photo (and wouldn't you know he was wearing a Rock God shirt too). Rob was very moved by it (we weren't the only people that opted for this fashion trend, by the way). And Jason Manns kept pointing out to Rob all of the people wearing the shirt which made Rob proud/emotional. After this pic (and showing him my Louden Swain Tat) Rob hugged me (I'm far left in the pic) and thanked me after sniffling. :) Rob is such a great guy and he deserves great things. Jason looked like a proud papa, watching his friend. Out of the crowd that was there, I'd say at least 1/3 of the crowd was sporting the Rock God shirts which I thought was very cool.

Supported: Jensen & Misha "You Are Not Alone" Campaign

I was in the Australian Army for over 15 years, I've deployed to many parts of the world as a combat medic. Fighting for those who couldn't and saving lives became more than a job, in began to define me. Then in 2011 I was wounded in action and my world changed. I was in a dark place and my longest and best friend (brother in arms in the picture on the right) who I served with was also recovering from, life changing injuries. We got together to try to help each other out of the darkness. I was a massive fan of Supernatural from the very first episode, I introduced to my brother in arms, whose name is Jules BTW, and together we found something that made us forget about the war. We instantly related to Sam and Dean, and we started to remember who we are. Then we learnt more about Jensen, Jarred and the gang. We learnt that your hearts are good and pure, you know suffering and depression, but most importantly you stand up and fight it, you inspired us to keep on fighting. You saved our lives and we can't thank you enough for that. You are our heroes. From your always loyal fans Björn and Jules.

Supported: Jensen & Misha "You Are Not Alone" Campaign

This campaign and this television show has really helped me. I always watched Supernatural on television but it wasn't until a friend who gave up on January 31, 2014 that I really netfilxxed and chilled the entire show when it was 1-8. I am on a Special Olympics special teams bowling league in a suburb of Atlanta , GA. You see I was a born a completely healthy baby 7 lbs, 8 0z. Its just at three weeks I became a sick. Polyps were surrounding my vocal chords. The doctor would laser the polyps but it wasn't until 3 months old they decided to trach me. I have paralyzed vocal chords. You know I sound like I have larygitis, Darth Vader, E.T. , gollum. When I was 6 on Father's Day it came out. Its been close to 20 something years without the trach.
Don't get me wrong I love my voice. I wouldn't trade it for the world. But I do get Depressed when I just want to go out to the mall without the stares. It comes with the territory. I rather be an inspiration to young adults with cranofacial, tracheotomies. Just because, I hadn't given up they shouldn't either.

Aundria Premo
Supported: Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki & Misha Collins' "SPN Family Love" Campaign

I love feeling like a part of a family, something greater, a cause that helps make our planet a better home for us all. 💘✌

Jennifer Landis
Supported: Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki & Misha Collins' "SPN Family Love" Campaign

Watching Supernatual and the boys AFK/YANA campaigns saved my life! I got to meet my idol last fall and this photo op and the experience made all that I’ve been through good and bad worth it! The sign and picture says it all! So thank you Jared, Jensen and Misha for the show and campaigns!
Much Love
Jennifer M. Landis

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