Win a Behind-the-Scenes Set Visit to the Amazing Spider-Man 2 in NYC, and Help Paterson NJ School 21 Students Pursue Their Dreams

Sony Pictures supports the Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation with the opportunity to auction off a behind-the-scenes visit to the new Spider-Man movie, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” staring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx and Sally Field on May 25th in NYC.

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“The Foundation is thrilled to have this unbelievable opportunity. Christopher was a huge Spider-Man fan, having been read the Marvel comic books as bedtime stories,” said Christopher’s mom and Foundation president, Suzanne Andora Barron.

Glen Rock, NJ (PRWEB) April 25, 2013

Sony Pictures has generously offered the Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation, http://www.christopherbarronlivelife.org, the opportunity to auction off a behind-the-scenes visit to the new Spider-Man movie, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” staring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx and Sally Field on May 25th. The auction began on Monday, April 22 and will run for 14 more days at charity buzz.com. For more details, please visit: https://www.charitybuzz.com/catalog_items/3436117.

One lucky winner will have the chance to experience the comic book world of Spider-Man, participate in the filming of a scene in the film, meet the producer and the stars on set that day, and receive a photo with the stars on set that day.

The Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation’s mission is to honor the life of Christopher Barron who died in 2007 at the age of nine from leukemia and to instill his compassion and zest for life by providing underserved children unique opportunities to live life and pursue interests about which he was most passionate. With Christopher’s passion for creating and selling his comic books in mind, the Foundation created 'Christopher’s Comic Book Inspirations' comic book writing workshops led by professional comic writer, Alex Simmons.

Now in it’s fourth year, 300 Paterson’s School 21 children have participated. The Foundation’s goal is to expand the program to other Paterson NJ schools.

“The Foundation is thrilled to have this unbelievable opportunity. Christopher was a huge Spider-Man fan, having been read the Marvel comic books as bedtime stories,” said Christopher’s mom and Foundation president, Suzanne Andora Barron.

Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation is a public 501(C) (3) non-profit organization. For more information, visit http://www.christopherbarronlivelife.org.


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