The animation community is getting together for a worthy cause- and Phineas and Ferb are a part of it.
A storyboard artist named Joey Adams has lost three children to a believed genetic illness, with two others which may face the same fate. In order to help him raise money for a bone marrow transplant, the animation community has gathered together for a special auction. A physical auction was held yesterday at the Animation Guild, and now through Sunday, animation art and other goodies are available for auction on eBay. The creative team behind Phineas and Ferb has donated a poster signed by the crew of the show which also comes with a grab bag of Phineas and Ferb goodies including toys, clothes, and other such sundries. Also up for auction are original pieces, vintage goodies, and production art representing some of the most well-known animated TV shows in history as well as current favorites, including (but not limited to) The Powerpuff Girls, Dexter’s Laboratory, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Adventure Time, Phineas and Ferb, Dan Vs., The Flintstones, Animaniacs, Johnny Bravo, The Simpsons, TUFF Puppy, The Fairly Oddparents, The Legend of Korra, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, SpongeBob SquarePants, Invader ZIM, and Codename: Kids Next Door.
The auction will be held through Sunday, April 8 at 9pm Pacific (12 midnight April 9 Eastern). To view the items available for auction and to bid, visit the auction site on eBay. Or, if (like me) you can't afford to bid on any of these goodies but still want to put a few bucks towards this worthy cause, donate as much as you want through PayPal on the Support the Adams site. (Kids under 18, please ask your parents' permission before spending their money!)