Meet Max Wilford and support the Max Love Project!
Jimmy Kimmel noticed that a lot of Kids are really into Rainbow Loom, so he asked parents to have their Children loom something for him. They weaved all of their creations together to make a “Suit Of The Loom” for Jimmy to wear on the show. So many Kids participated in this, but they got a very special video from the Students at Arroyo Elementary School in Tustin, California. They have been working to make the longest Rainbow Loom chain in the world, and they’re holding a Loom-A-Thon to create awareness for “The Max Love Project” which helps Kids fight cancer – all in honor of their seven year old classmate Max who is battling cancer himself. The Kids told Jimmy that he had to meet “Super Max” and after seeing this inspiring video Jimmy agreed with them and brought Max onto the show to meet Iron Man and present him with tickets to Disney Land.
Jimmy Kimmel is donating Jimmy’s #SuitOfTheLoom to The Max Love Project. They put it on eBay, and 100% of the proceeds will go to The Max Love Project.
Bidding is open now and has already 83 bids with the top bid at $8,000 at the time of this post. You have until Mar 08, 2014 19:30:23 PST to place your bid on Jimmy Kimmel’s Suit Of The Loom.
*Update The Suit was bought by the inventor of Rainbow Looms for $40,000!
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You can also go to MaxLoveProject.org if you want to help the Max Love Project directly.
Watch Super Max on Jimmy Kimmel Live – “Seven Year Old Max Helping Kids Fight Cancer”
Super Max even got to meet Ellen on his Journey!
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