Stephen Amell, Misha Collins and Katie Cassidy are among the celebrities that have joined forces by auctioning off their ties and scarves for testicular cancer charity.
All the funds raised will go towards Male Cancer Awareness charity Cahonas Scotland as part of their annual Loosen Up Charity Auction (April 14th – April 24th) to advance education, awareness and early diagnosis of testicular cancer. Cahonas Scotland founder Ritchie Marshall said “Over the years the Loosen Up Auction has attracted fantastic support – from award winning-actors and music artists to the top stars in Sport and TV favourites, and we expect this year to be just as popular. We would like to thank the many celebrities who have taken the time to engage with us and learn more about what we do and support Testicular Cancer Awareness Month”.
Arrow star Stephen Amell donated one of his signed and worn Calvin Klein ties (see image above). Staying in the DC universe, Gotham‘s Sean Pertwee donated his two Alfred Pennyworth worn on screen ties. Moving on to MARVEL, Agents of SHIELD supported the cause with signed and worn ties and scarves from Clark Gregg, Brett Dalton, Elizabeth Henstridge, Constance Zimmer along with other memorabilia from Chloe Bennet, Nick Blood and Iain De Caestecker.
Next to The Walking Dead‘s Melissa McBride and David Morrissey, Michael Cudlitz donated his red carpet worn tie from the Season 5 premiere. As per Oncers, Lana Parrilla is auctioning off Regina’s on screen scarf, as well as items from Robert Carlyle and Sean Maguire. Other TV stars who have participated include Wentworth Miller, Misha Collins, Paul Wesley, Katie Cassidy, Grant Gustin and many more.
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Testicular cancer primarily affects younger men and is the most common form of cancer in men aged between 15 and 44. Unfortunately and for reasons unknown, the incidence of testicular cancer has more than doubled since 1975.