Mark Hamill to sell signed Star Wars posters to raise funds for Ukraine
In his interview with Politico, Star Wars actor Mark Hamill announced that he would be signing limited edition “Star Wars” posters to raise funds for maintaining the Ukrainian army’s drone supply.
The actor revealed he hadn’t sold autographed items since 2017, when “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” came out. The sale is expected ahead of the first anniversary of the full-scale Russian war against Ukraine on Feb. 24.
Mark Hamill is an ambassador for United24, Ukraine’s crowdfunding platform. The actor helps to raise funds to support Ukrainian defenders, the Drone Army, a project set up by the Ukrainian government to procure UAVs to assist the war effort. The Army of Drones will be used to monitor the 2,470 km front line and provide an effective response to enemy attacks.