‘Supernatural’ Star Misha Collins’ Annual G.I.S.H.W.H.E.S Event Returns


Most Supernatural fans already know how amazing the stars of the show are. Aside from saving the world from demons and angels and anything in-between, Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins are all about giving back to their fans and making the world a better place, through various causes.

Misha’s cause, Gishwhes (Greatest International Scavenger Hunt The World Has Ever Seen), is returning for another year and the star wants to encourage fans from around the world to participate. In case you haven’t heard of the annual, seven-time Guinness World Record-winning worldwide event, it’s a pretty cool deal. It’s essentially a scavenger hunt that tens of thousands of participants from over 100 countries participate in each year, as they complete exciting, inspiring, and unconventional challenges (“Items”) intended to break people outside of their comfort zone, spread kindness and create social good within their respective communities.

“The Hunt has become this wild, crazy event where I think participants surprise themselves with what they achieve and what they’re willing to do. For one week, they really get to step out of what ‘normal’ is for them, and experience this wild and scary reality where anything is possible,” said Gishwes founder Misha Collins, in a statement. “Anything goes with the Hunt and the testimonials range from ‘this has been the most life-changing thing I’ve ever done!’ to ‘you broke up my marriage, Misha!’”

This year, the winning team will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to the jungles of Costa Rica with Misha Collins. If you want to register for the 2015 scavenger hunt, you can at www.gishwhes.com until Monday, July 20th.

Gishwhes will take place August 1-8, 2015 in more than 100 countries.

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