Help sick children with their very own superhero moment
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.’