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Online Auction for Child Abuse Prevention Month

4/16/2004:   CWLA is teaming up with eBay and MissionFish to host the first of a series of online charity auctions during National Child Abuse Prevention Month this April. The goals are to raise awareness of violence against children and garner financial support for this important initiative.

In addition to our most popular CWLA Giftables, we'll be auctioning off several innovative packages to help individuals and families nationwide join our quest to stamp out child abuse and family violence. Packages include the Grassroots Advocacy Packet, the ideal toolkit to launch your agency's initiatives during Child Abuse Prevention Month, and the Children Are My Priority Gift Set, the perfect Mother's Day or birthday surprise.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to purchase an autographed copy of Audrey Penn's The Kissing Hand or Maria Romero's Caleng and the Moonstone Pearl. If you know someone interested in a future career in journalism, bid on lunch at New York City's Harvard Club with Bob Danzig, motivational speaker and former Vice President of Hearst Corporation. Loyal Ohio State Buckeye fans will want to put their money on two opening-game tickets for the 2004 football season and Florida Panthers fans can bid on tickets to an NHL game for the 2004-2005 season.

The bidding starts on April 16 and closes April 23. All proceeds help CWLA fulfill its mission of making children a national priority. To get involved, visit http://members.ebay.com/aboutme/childwelfareleague. For more information, e-mail auctions@cwla.org.

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