Here’s how you can help end gun violence for Cameron Boyce’s birthday
The Cameron Boyce Foundation aims to raise $50,000 to help end gun violence and cure epilepsy.May 26, 2020
This Thursday, May 28 would have been Cameron Boyce’s 21st birthday. Boyce tragically passed away from a seizure brought about by epilepsy on July 6, 2019. Now, the Cameron Boyce Foundation is aiming to raise money in celebration of his birthday and put forth the funds to help end gun violence and cure epilepsy.
One of Boyce’s final roles is in the upcoming American Satan spin-off television series Paradise City. The show will be donating a portion of its profits to the Cameron Boyce Foundation as well. In addition to Cameron Boyce, Paradise City also stars Black Veil Brides‘ Andy Biersack, Asking Alexandria‘s Ben Bruce, Bella Thorne, Sleeping With Sirens‘ Kellin Quinn and many more.
Cameron Boyce was best known for his roles in Disney’s franchise the Descendants and TV series, Jessie. He had also been cast in HBO’s Mrs. Fletcher. In addition, Boyce also made an appearance in Panic! At The Disco’s “That Green Gentleman” music video.
He passed away at just 20 years “due to a seizure which was a result of an ongoing medical condition for which he was being treated,” a spokesperson’s statement read. Boyce’s parents later revealed that the “ongoing condition” was epilepsy.
The Cameron Boyce Foundation was established shortly thereafter and aims to end gun violence, cure epilepsy and provide clean water around the world. One of Boyce’s final projects before his untimely death was Wielding Peace. This social media campaign seeks “to help fight gun violence by showing celebrities, survivors, and supporters ‘wielding’ a new kind of weapon… one of unity.”
Now, to celebrate what would have Cameron Boyce’s 21st birthday, his foundation is trying to raise $50,000 to put towards these goals. The fundraiser was announced on May 25 and has already raised over $13,000. They say that an exciting birthday surprise is also coming on May 28.
This Thursday would have been Cam’s 21st birthday?. In his honor, we’re hoping to raise $50k to end gun violence and cure epilepsy. Link in bio! Whatever you can do to support, we know Cameron will appreciate?. Once you donate, tag us! We want to see all of the love and support for such a special day. Be on the lookout for an exciting birthday surprise coming up this Thursday as well. We are so grateful for all the support and look forward to reaching our goal with you! ❤️
In just 3 days we are celebrating what would have been Cam’s 21st birthday ? ?. In less than 24 hours we have already raised $10k?. If you haven’t donated yet, the link is in our bio. Help us spread the word so we can reach our goal of $50k ?❤️
If you would like to donate to The Cameron Boyce Foundation’s fundraiser, you can do so here.
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