Funko Pop just released a “Bushfire Heroes” figurine and here’s where you can buy it

Posted: 7 February 2020 10:03 am

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This Funko Pop figurine is officially the most important thing on the Internet and I'll take 12.

You really must be living under a social media rock if you haven't come across a Funko Pop figurine before. I, myself, do not truly understand the point of these things but they're cute and that's good enough for me.

There is a wide range of characters you can get too, from Disney to Marvel superheroes to gaming characters and much more. However, the brand has come out with a new figurine that has really warmed my cold dead heart and has me happy sobbing at my computer.

Popcultcha, the connoisseur of pop culture collectables, has teamed up with Funko to create the "Bushfire Heroes Firefighter with Koala Pop! Vinyl Figure" in order to raise money for the animals affected by the Australian bushfires.

Welcome to the happy sobbing club.

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The figurine features an Australian firefighter with a Koala hugging its leg and help me, it's so beautiful. It retails for $19.99 and every single dollar from the proceeds of the "Bushfire Heroes" will go to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals' National Bushfire Appeal.

If you want to purchase the figurine then you'll want to head over to the PopCultcha website as this is the only stockist. It does ship worldwide and pre-orders are now open with an expected delivery arrival in June.

Funko's Jesse Little stated: "The RSPCA is working alongside government and emergency agencies, veterinarians and local authorities to provide much needed equipment and supplies, emergency care and identifying and assessing injured animals in need of assistance."

Alternatively, you can also check out our list of brands affected by the bushfires and spend with them if you're looking for more ways to help out.

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