Celebrities Take To Twitter In Support Of Kids With Disabilities
A slew of Hollywood A-listers are offering up access to their much-coveted Twitter personas in a first-of-its-kind eBay auction to raise funds for children with disabilities in Haiti.
The auction dubbed TwitChange runs through Sept. 25. Up for sale are the chance to be followed by, mentioned by or retweeted by the celebrity of your choice on the microblogging site.
Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian, Eva Longoria and Ryan Seacrest are among the dozens of celebrities participating. As of Wednesday morning, Dana White, president of Ultimate Fighting Championship, and actor Zachary Levi had garnered the highest bids at $15,600 and $14,900, respectively.
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Proceeds from the auction will go to help aHomeInHaiti.org build a center to house and educate children with cerebral palsy, autism and other disabilities in Haiti.