Celebrity Online Auction to Benefit Pediatric Cancer
The Luke Neuhedel Foundation is holding an online auction of celebrity autoraphed and donated items to raise funds to benefit children with cancer in the US. Hundreds of celebrity items are available from today’s hottest stars. All funds raised will be granted to children with cancer to help fund their treatment. Items can be viewed at www.lukefund.org. Bidding begins Saturday, March 3rd.
(PRWeb) February 28, 2007 — The Luke Neuhedel Foundation is holding its Third Online Celebrity Auction from March 3 to 11. Hundreds of celebrity-autographed items, from photos to CDs to books, are available. Funds raised will directly benefit children undergoing treatment for cancer. All items can be viewed on LNF’s website at www.lukefund.org. You can find items from your favorites, including Jennifer Aniston, Alec Baldwin, Orlando Bloom, Matthew Broderick, cast of Charmed, the Cheetah Girls, Kelly Clarkson, Johnny Depp, Clint Eastwood, America Ferrera, cast of Friends, Jeff Foxworthy, Tony Hawk, Angelina Jolie, Nathan Lane, Hugh Laurie, cast of Law & Order, Jesse McCartney, Ewan McGregor, Katherine McPhee, Bette Midler, Hannah Montana, Eddie Murphy, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mike Piazza, Brad Pitt, Daniel Radcliffe, Adam Sandler, William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Barbra Streisand, Kiefer Sutherland, Ashley Tisdale, John Travolta, Bruce Willis, David Wright, and so many more! Items can be viewed on LNF’s website at www.lukefund.org.
The occurrence of children’s cancer in the US is increasing annually; in fact, the rate of cancer in teens is increasing at a greater rate than other cancers, including breast, prostrate, and lung. More children are diagnosed with cancer than with AIDS, diabetes, cystic fibrosis, congenital anomalies COMBINED. Children’s cancer has no known cause, and its diagnosis is a shock to the family. Treatment will cost the family approximately 53% of their annual gross income. One-third of the children diagnosed will die from their cancer. Most people are unaware that children get cancer, believing it reserved for those over 21. Treatment and trials for children’s cancer lead to improved treatment for adult cancers, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and many other diseases.
The Luke Neuhedel Foundation is a 501c3 charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with cancer through grants and family fun events. Established in 2002 in memory of Luke Neuhedel, who died of hepatoblastoma at age 3, LNF begins its 5th year providing aid and support to children with cancer and their families. LNF is staffed entirely by volunteers, thus all donations go to those who need it most — the kids and their families. Find out more at www.lukefund.org, or write LNF at PO Box 137, Massapequa Park NY 11762.
autographed “Loving Luke” with autographed photo
ID # BETT-1
RESERVE BID: $50.00
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