Tom Holland is First Avenger to Deliver Toys to Kids as Part of the Marvel: The Universe Unites Campaign

Tom Holland surprised children at the LAC+USC Hospital in LA with the first of $1 million of toys donated to charity through the Marvel: The Universe Unites charity campaign today. Holland, Spider-Man for those who don't know, showed up in an Amazon truck to give the kids toys donated by everyone's favorite Pop vinyl figure company Funko.

Marvel's Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland, made a surprise visit to LA County + USC Medical Center today to personally deliver the first of $1 million worth of toys donated by Funko to Starlight Children's Foundation. Tom arrived in Amazon's Treasure Truck to make the special delivery before spending time with children at the hospital.

The surprise is part of Marvel: The Universe Unites, an epic charity campaign combining the super powers of the cast of Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War to help support children's charities and count down to the launch of movie related products on March 3.

Tom commented, "These kids are real-life super heroes – it was an inspiring experience to spend some time with them and deliver the first batch of toys from Funko. I'm honored to be a part of such an incredible cast and to support this great campaign that aims to bring joy to the lives of hospitalized children and their families."

The week-long event kicked off with a social media challenge for the stars of Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War. Cast members received special toy care packages filled with new products celebrating their Marvel character to be donated to children's hospitals. Their mission? To create a picture or video to reveal the new toys to fans and post on social media with the goal of collectively reaching a million likes. The Super Heroes moved at record speed with their #HeroActs posts and reached the goal in less than 24 hours, unlocking a $250,000 donation to Starlight Children's Foundation.

Super Heroes lending their support in this campaign include:

Starting on March 3, Amazon will also be supporting the campaign with a special Amazon Wish List where donations will be directed to Starlight.

The campaign will culminate this Saturday and Sunday March 3rd and 4th when and Disney stores in the U.S. will donate 10% of sales of all Marvel products to Make-A-Wish® to help grant life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

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