Jason Momoa Makes His First Appearance for Make-A-Wish Foundation on a Tour with Young Fans (Photos)
"Game of Thrones" actor, Jason Momoa makes his debut volunteer appearance with the Make-A-Wish foundation. The actor shared the experience on social media, saying that he will like to "do this for life."
Popular actor Jason Momoa, just weeks after making the adorable claim that he cried numerous times while watching "The Lion King" with his kids, he melts our heart once again with the pictures he shared on his Instagram.
The "Aquaman" actor spent some time making some of his young fans' dreams come true at his first Make-A-Wish foundation appearance.
Since being founded in 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has become quite renowned for fostering goodwill towards children diagnosed with critical illnesses.
The foundation is a not for profit organization based in the United States mainly to organize experiences described as "wishes" to children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Anybody under the age of 18 can petition the organization with a request for a trip, celebrity visit, or other special arrangements.
In almost all cases, they'll grant the child's wish via fundraising efforts and the generosity of volunteers. The 39-year-old movie star, who rose to stardom for his role as Khal Drogo in critically acclaimed HBO show "Game Of Thrones," shared series of photos capturing the experience.
In the photos which he took with his fans and his kids (who joined him in this charitable experience), the small group can be seen posing with some of the studios movie props such as a huge Batman statue, Batman's batmobile, as well as both Aquaman's tentacle-covered throne and costume from the 2018 movie.
Momoa revealed that he had the best day of his life, granting the wishes of the kids. The actor revealed in the photo's caption that volunteering with the Make-A-Wish foundation is something he will like to do for life.
"My first @makeawishamerica I will do this for life.😍😍😍😍. Such an amazing day with Eva Eros and Kalice and all the ohana."
Known for using Hawaiian phrases on his posts, the actor added:
"Mahalo Warner Bros for setting up an amazing tour for these beautiful children. All my aloha."
The beautiful actor is married to actress Lisa Bonet, and they share two kids; ten-year-old son, Nakoa-Wolf and daughter Lola Lolani Momoa who recently turned 12 this month.