POP Causes A-Z

POP Remedy requires and an artist to be passionate about comics AND causes. Period. If you are a comic artist looking for a bigger audience and demographic and want to help people and planet and philanthropy excites you... POP Remedy is here to help you.

Below are the causes currently supported by our POP Creators.

Animal Humane Society


Phil Juliano supports the Animal Humane Society and their mission to create a better world for animals. As an owner of two dogs, he can’t bear the thought of an animal being mistreated or living in an environment that doesn’t include love and companionship. He asks that you go to www.animalhumanesociety.org and learn more about how you can help.

To engage the hearts, hands and minds of the community to help animals.

To compassionately and responsibly create a more humane world for animals.


  • Be good to animals:
    • Act kindly and think progressively to improve the lives of animals.
  • Partner with people:
    • Harness the creativity and passion of people through collaboration and teamwork.
  • Lead responsibly with compassion:
    • Inspire trust through leadership that balances the head and heart.

Canadian Blood Services


Mark Fleck cause is  the Canadian Blood Services and specifically their Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry Program. The Canadian Blood Services Registry is responsible for finding matching, unrelated volunteer donors for patients who require bone marrow transplants. Almost 200 Canadians receive bone marrow transplants each year through the Registry.

More on Canadian Blood Services

Canadian Blood Services is a not-for-profit, charitable organization whose sole mission is to manage the blood and blood products supply for Canadians.

To this end, Canadian Blood Services:

  • Collects approximately 850,000 units of blood annually and processes it into the components and products that are administered to thousands of patients each year.
  • Screens every donor and tests each unit of blood or blood product collected for a variety of transmissible diseases.
  • Ensures that Canadian transfusion medicine research and development remains at the cutting edge.

Canadian Blood Services is committed to blood safety. In addition to the effective screening and testing processes, this pursuit of safety is reflected in every branch of its organizational structure and in each management and operational decision that is made.

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Team Cul de Sac


Joe Sutliff was an early contributor toTeam Cul de Sac , that was formed in 2010. Chris Sparks, a professional web designer, is leading the Team Cul de Sac (TCDS) fundraising effort in honor of his friend Richard Thompson, the cartoonist behind the Cul de Sac comic strip. Richard has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.

So far they have raised over 120K for the Michael J Fox Foundation.

Thier next fundraiser is June 20th at Heroescon in Charlotte, NC. Cartoonists will be sketching on coasters which will be immediately auctioned off. An auction of larger art pieces will also take place depending on what is donated.

With Richard’s support, in 2012 TCDS  asked cartoonists across the country to draw his characters so the artwork that was compiled into a fundraising book and the artworkwas auctioned to raise additional money. Hundreds of cartoonists responded and sent artwork that was compiled in a book published by Andrews McMeel. You can buy it at most bookstores. The book has cartoons from many of Richard’s personal friends including Stephen Pastis (Pearls Before Swine), Sergio Aragones (Mad, Groo), Patrick McDonnell (Mutts), Pat Oliphant (Pulitzer Prize political cartoonist), Dave Kellet (Sheldon, Drive), Gene Weingarten and David Clark (Barney & Clyde), Mason Mastroianni (B.C.), Roger Langridge (Muppet Show comic book, Marvel’s Thor: The Mighty Avenger, Fred the Clown), Shannon Gallant (G.I.Joe), Michael Cavna (Washington Post), Steven Artley (Artleytoons), Barbara Dale and Steve Conley (Astounding Space Thrills, Bloop) and even Bill Watterson of Calvin and Hobbes fame. Many other fantastic cartoonists contributed, space doesn’t permit us to list them all, but we appreciate everyone’s contributions.

Five million people worldwide are living with Parkinson’s disease - a chronic, degenerative neurological disorder. In the United States, 60,000 new cases will be diagnosed this year alone. There is no known cure for Parkinson’s disease.

About Team Fox:
Team Fox is The Michael J. Fox Foundation’s (MJFF) grassroots community fundraising program.  It is made up of thousands of people worldwide who raise funds and awareness for Parkinson’s disease research.  All funds raised through Team Fox go directly to MJFF to further its mission to accelerate the delivery of life-changing treatments, and ultimately a cure, to people with Parkinson’s disease.

To Donate Click Below!

Team Cul de Sac Link to the Mich J Fox Foundation   

You can also buy some merchandise at http://www.zazzle.com/team+cul+de+sac+gifts

The PKD Foundation of Canada


The PKD Foundation of Canada leads the national fight against polycystic kidney disease (PKD) through research programs, education, awareness and support to help discover vital treatments for PKD and improve the lives of all those it affects. A PKD diagnosis can be overwhelming, but there are many resources available. Learn more about your diagnosis, including the difference between autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) and autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease (ARPKD), common challenges and FAQs, how to manage and treat your PKD, and information about kidney transplants. Your donation, no matter the size, will make a difference in the lives of 12.5 million people worldwide living with PKD. Donate today to support vital PKD research, education, advocacy and awareness. Find out how to get involved, help support those affected by PKD and connect with Canadians who share your passion for finding a cure.

More information here: http://www.endpkd.ca/

Make a donation here: https://endpkd.nationbuilder.com/donate