Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Jim Broadbent are just a few names amongst a long list of celebrities who have kindly donated worn jeans to charity in aid of the current refugee crisis.
Join us along with our friends at the Hogwarts Running Club as we bring you the Fantastic Beasts 5K, a virtual race aimed at staying fit, fighting tropical diseases, and having a nerdy good time!
J.K. Rowling will attend a special screening of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” at Carnegie Hall in New York on Saturday, November 12 to benefit the Lumos Foundation. Eddie Redmayne, director David Yates, and additional cast members will also be present at the special screening in support of the author‘s non-profit children’s organization.
J.K. Rowling will be in attendance at a special gala performance of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” in September! Find out how you can get your tickets NOW!
After debuting on US television last year, “Red Nose Day” is set to return for a two-hour NBC special on May 26, and not one, but two “Harry Potter” cast members will be making an appearance!
We all know about the vital work that Lumos does in bettering the lives of vulnerable children and their families, and in a special report released today, the “Sunday Times” recounts the events that motivated J.K. Rowling to found the charitable organization.
Through the use of the “Harry Potter” series, Transfiguring Adoption helps to facilitate communication in foster and adoptive families. We interviewed the program’s co-founder, Darren Fink, to find out more!