Help sick chil­dren with their very own su­per­hero mo­ment

Good (UAE) - - THE GOOD LIFE - Twit­ter: @su­per­hope­org

Bat­tling cancer can be a scary process for adults, never mind chil­dren, which is why Tarik Batal and Basma Masri felt the need to set up Su­perHope. In a nut­shell, Su­perHope is a char­ity ini­tia­tive that of­fers kids with cancer em­pow­er­ment, through turn­ing them into a su­per­hero. The kids de­scribe their ideal su­per­hero to il­lus­tra­tor Rahul Sarkaka, who sketches it out be­fore head­ing to cos­tume ex­perts Quiceno Art, who cre­ate the cos­tume.

Af­ter the chil­dren are sur­prised with their cos­tume they are in­vited to take part in a photo shoot with Dubai-based pho­tog­ra­pher, Tina Patni.

The aim of Su­perHope is to en­cour­age cre­ativ­ity, pos­i­tiv­ity and strength to trig­ger a mind set that even when bat­tling a dis­ease like cancer, any­thing can be achieved.

Su­perHope has big plans to help as many chil­dren as pos­si­ble in many dif­fer­ent ways and are re­ly­ing on com­mu­nity sup­port to make that a re­al­ity. Sim­ply fol­low the Su­perHope so­cial me­dia chan­nels to keep an eye out for op­por­tu­ni­ties to get in­volved and help spread the Su­perhope motto of ‘treat, beat and de­feat.’

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