Save Everwood Project Update

Just wanted to let everyone know, the SAVE EVERWOOD: Ferris Wheel Project has raised $4,661.54. Visit Save Everwood for more info on how you can help!

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  • I think after the money for the Ferris Wheel has been collected, they should give the remaining to a charity in the name of the Everwood cast. Maybe to a Colorado hospital’s neurology department in the name of Colin or Dr. Andy Brown.

    I love the Ferris Wheel idea, don’t get me wrong, but on the other hand are these same people donating to real charities that can help people?

  • Wil

    All money that exceeds what we use for the Ferris Wheel and Variety Ad will be donated to fund a “as yet unnamed” school’s music program in honor of Ephram and his musical ability. Music departments are one of the first things to be cut in schools and it’s a tragedy to take away cultural exposure. It would be nice to honor Everwood in this way. Also, all of the money that is spent on the Pinecone Project (sending large boxes of Pinecones, in honor of Everwood’s town paper, to Dawn Ostroff’s office) goes to the Girl Scouts! To learn more about the Pinecone Project, please visit! So, our money is going to help charities! Thanks for asking. And keep up the fight to SAVE EVERWOOD! 🙂

  • Ok, listen. As a fan of “Angel” I know just how shitty it feels to have WB cancel a great show. But from watching the futile “Save Angel” campaigns I know how this will end. Long story short, the show is over. Accept it. The cast and crew were released from their contracts, the sets were dismantled, it’s over. This isn’t a “Family Guy” type situation where the show can be brought back from the dead, the actors would all need new contracts, the sets would need to be entirely rebuilt and a new crew would need to be hired. On “Family Guy” all they had to do was find new animators and get the cast to give up a couple hours to record dialogue a week. Your best bet, instead of renting a carosel or ferris wheel or whatever you wanted to do, would be to follow the “Angel” people in their footsteps, donate that money to food banks and other charities, or buy copies of the Season 1 DVD and donate them to libraries where people can rent and experience the show. It may be just me, but that seems like an awful lot of money that could go to MUCH better causes than a ferris wheel outside Dawn Ostroff’s window.

  • momof2

    Everwood will be back…just believe! I talked with someone in Dawn O’s office and I was told they really believe that it will be back AFTER the fall schedule. But people need to keep up the campaign. It is THE BEST show EVER…

    Bringing back EVERWOOD is a GREAT cause…it’s a show that brings families together to laugh, cry, talk and just be together. Family is the best cause of all–because otherwise what is life for???

    So, I’m believing the show will be back and that people ARE FIGHTING for a wonderful cause…QUALITY television that is family oriented.

    I don’t know what Angel is that you refer to, but I do know that I have never seen so much love for a show that is enjoyed by people of all ages. It’s a WINNER!!!

  • Yeah, much better causes like the AIDS Ride I’m doing this fall. I will be riding from Gettysburg to Manhattan. 300 miles over 3 days on a bike folks. All the money goes to The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in New York City. Head on over to my site by clicking on my name in this post and then notice the animated ad on the right.

    I’m all for donating to incredible causes but even Rina Mimoun has come out to say there is nothing you can do to save Everwood. The sets are gone, the cast and crew are onto different projects. Give to an AIDS organization that helps promote education, prevention, and counseling for teens and adults affected by HIV/AIDS… hell if it helps, pretend its for Linda Abbott in Africa with HIV! There, a TV connection.

    But if you need a real connection, Chip from The Amazing Race is doing the ride as well. See it all somehow ties into television folks!

    If you want to learn more about Braking The Cycle, the AIDS Ride I’m participating in and would like to help me reach my goal of $3,500 please head on over to my site! And thank you!


  • Exactly, something worthwhile like this.

    P.S. – Ducky you can have Gaius now, Apollo’s all mine.

  • Tim G. Gaius is so gross so I’ll pass. I’ll take Helo instead.