Funko Embraces Real Life Heroes with Front Line Worker Pops

Funko is honoring First Responders who have been at the front of the COVID-19 pandemic. The best way to honor them is having their own Funko Pops Vinyls of course that will commemorate doctors and nurses during this troubled time. We have seen this before with the Australia Fires, and their special firefighter Pop that helped raise money for those afflicted. Funko has given a donation to GlobalGiving a special nonprofit organization. There will be 4 Pops in total, each will be wearing there own amazing hero uniform and the corrective PPE. These are an amazing way to show tribute to some real heroes during this time and anyone who is one the front line should be proud to have their own Pop vinyl.

To make these Pops even more special, HotTopic and BoxLunch will be giving all proceeds for these to GlobalGiving's Coronavirus Relief Fund. This will help deliver much needed medical supplies and help communities in need with first responders and essential goods. These Pops are a great way to get a community active in what is happening and you get a Funko Pop for your effort. Pre-orders on HotTopic and BoxLunch will go live between 11:30 and 12 Eastern Standard Time tonight. You can check out all how Funko is also helping and their donations to GlobalGiving through their blog here. These Frontline Hero Funko Pops are a huge thank you to all the men and women facing this threat head-on and we could not be more thankful. I hope we can see more of these Funko Pops designs come out in the future for other real-life heroes.

Funko Embraces Real Life Heroes with Front Line Worker Pops
Front Line Workers Pops, photo from Funko.

"Coming Soon: Pop! Heroes – Front Line Workers. Funko is honoring all the front line workers of COVID-19 with a new line of figures. In celebration of their efforts, Funko has also made a donation to GlobalGiving."

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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