Stephen Amell, WWE team up to raise more than $400,000 for charity

If you needed a reminder that Stephen Amell is an amazing person, well, here you go.

Amell, the star of CW's "Arrow," and the WWE sold a special edition T-shirt for his SummerSlam match with Stardust. They sold nearly 16,000 shirts, which raised more than $400,000 for Emily's House Charity.

The campaign is finished, and I like many others, would love to see it get opened back up to buy one of those awesome shirts while helping out a good cause.

Amell's history with raising money for charity through T-shirts is well-documented and successful. In 2014, he took the fight to cancer with his F*** Cancer T-shirts. That campaign raised more than $900,000 and crashed a third-party hosting website.

The WWE, which is vastly overlooked as one of the most giving organizations in the world, is sending Stardust himself to personally deliver the check to Emily's House.

Emily's House is a Toronto-based children's hospice for patients with life-limiting ailments. WWE is insanely active in the Make-A-Wish Foundation and it's nice to see what can happen in a short time when two giving minds get together.

For those who missed it, Amell won his WWE debut at SummerSlam on Sunday, Aug. 23 when he and Neville defeated Stardust and the Cosmic King Barrett.

It was fun. For some gifs and a brief recap, click here.

Season Four of Arrow is back on the CW Oct. 7.