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LIFT 4 AUTISM AUCTION IS LIVE!

 

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1 in every 68 children is diagnosed with Autism. 1 in every 42 Boys

The LIFT Campaign is a charitable initiative rallying the romance reading community around Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) families in April, Autism Awareness month. Experts estimate that many ASD families spend up to $60,000 out of pocket each year on medical and therapy expenses. This year we’re raising funds to assist families struggling to manage these staggering costs. All profits go to the family scholarship program of Talk About Curing Autism (TACA).

The online auction is LIVE! There are too many items from authors and bloggers up for bid to list here, but we have full signed collections from some of your favorite bestselling authors. We have non-book items like Kindle Paperwhite, Amazon Echo, VIP Tickets to the Mile High Denver author signing, and so many other goodies! So start bidding while doing good!

 MADE Publicity & Design is proud to be participating in this year’s LIFT 4 Autism Auction! 

MADE Publicity & Design has donated $100 worth of design work. I am Lot #151 🙂

My girls at Joyfully Reviewed are also participating!

Joyfully Reviewed has donated 5 Featured Ad Banners to be used at the Authors convenience a $300 value! Want to bid??? It’s Lot #146

 

 

BID HERE NOW!

(Bidding closes Friday, 4/29/16!)

Even if you don’t want to bid, you can still make a tax-deductible donation to the scholarship program through our efforts HERE!

Don’t miss a thing! Join the LIFT 2016 Facebook Group for bidding alerts and campaign information.

Wanna stylishly support the LIFT Campaign? Buy your LIFT T-shirt before it’s too late!

All profits benefit TACA!

LIFT 2016 Shirt collage

 

A special thank you from Lisa Ackerman,

Founder & Executive Director of Talk About Curing Autism (TACA).

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LIFT FOR AUTISM 2016

  April is Autism Awareness month, shining a global light on the condition an estimated 3 million people in the United States and 70 million people in the world live with every day. 1 in every 68 American children. 1 in every 42 boys. Though Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability, affecting this many,… Continue Reading

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