Bid on exciting prizes in our Call-To-Action Auction and enable Children’s Rights to continue its mission — forcing broken foster care systems to do the right thing for abused and neglected children.
Our Sixth Annual Benefit was a spectacular night — Rock and Roll Hall of Fame music; our Champion Award to philanthropist Douglas Durst; celebration of important legal victories on behalf of vulnerable children; recognition of and gratitude for the foster and adoptive parents who change lives, one child at a time; andinspirational stories from people who benefitted from foster care systems that worked.
Most importantly, we raised more than $500,000, funds that will go directly toward our fight to transform American foster care.
Our online Call-To-Action Auction at Charity Buzz offers you the opportunity to amplify the impact of our efforts to enforce the rights that all children in foster care should have — to be protected, to grow up safe, and to live in a stable home with a loving, permanent family.
Making a difference can be fun, too. By helping turn children in foster care into children of opportunity, you might justwin a dinner with groundbreaking musician Darryl “DMC” McDaniels.
That’s not all. You could find yourself in an Italian villa for a week with friends and family, or working at a prestigious New York City public relations firm. Perhaps you just want to own Tom Ford’s latest luxury bag.
Any of these fine prizes can be yours — and each comes with the satisfaction of knowing that you’re strengthening our relentless efforts to change the lives of hundreds of thousands of children nationwide by holding foster care systems accountable.
Go to Charity Buzz now, treat yourself to something special, and help make a huge difference.
BE ONE TOO … today.
- Learn how you can support our work on behalf of abused and neglected kids nationwide.
- Check out photos and video from our Sixth Annual Benefit.
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- Spread the word: tell your friends that you are ONE who stands up for American’s abused, neglected, and foster/adopted youth — and encourage them to BE ONE TOO.