Cancer is a subject Deadpool (aka Wade Wilson) knows quite a lot about, so he’s partnering with Omaze for a contest to raise money for cancer research.
Obviously, Wade Wilson is all-too-familiar with cancer, so as we’re all gearing up for Deadpool 2 to hit theaters, our delightful Mr. Pool decided to use his increased platform to do some good. Deadpool released a video of him wearing a wonderful pink suit, which you yourself can win by entering his Omaze-sponsored contest.
Last night was the premiere of Deadpool on FX, and it was the perfect venue for the Merc to release the video that showed off the pink suit and advertised the Omaze contest. So how can you get your hands on your very own pink suit? The details are all in the video, my friend.
As with any Omaze contest, you purchase a number of entries. Whether you can swing $25 bucks or thousands of dollars, your entries will not only get you a shot at winning the suit, but your money will also go to the non-profit F*ck Cancer.
The organization is dedicated to providing individuals with the resources they need for early cancer detection, prevention, and psychosocial support. It also provides a place of community and support as well as resources for those individuals and their families when dealing with a cancer diagnosis.
It’s an amazing organization, and it’s no wonder that Deadpool (a cancer survivor himself) decided to partner with such a wonderful group. If you’d like to help out an awesome cause and get the chance to get the snazziest of outfits ever, you can head over to Omaze to enter the contest for yourself!
Where will you wear your pink ‘Deadpool’ suit if you win?
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