What the heck is Project Teddy Bear? Click here to find out!
You can check out all the auctions still to come here.
And see everyone who's participated in the past, click here.
I'm adding new bears all the time, so check back often! If you'd like to be alerted when future auctions launch, join my mailing list!
Books for Boobs
Our latest fundraiser! The newest member of the Save the Boobs team, Priscilla, came up with this one... she's been hitting as many book signings as she can, collecting signed books to auction off and benefit The Avon Walk.
October, 2011: THANK YOU for helping me successfully reach my $10,000 goal for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer this year!!! Which brings my total fundraising since 2002 to $168,603. Whether you made a donation, bid on an auction, helped with or came to a fundraiser, spread the word, walked with me or sent good vibes, you are part of this and I appreciate it more than you know!!!
September, 2011: THANK YOU to everyone who signed, bid and spread the word for our last batch of Project Teddy Bear and Books for Boobs auctions... bids totalled more than $5,000!!! We're finishing up all the mailing as I speak. :) Just 6 weeks until the NYC walk... ack!! I was going to train this past weekend, but, you know, we had a hurricane tropical storm. Time to get going now... I have a LOT of training to do!
Chances are I'll be doing some walking today... and you don't have to. ;) Maybe you'll consider making a donation instead? Just click on that link up there. THANKS!
July, 2011: In October I'll be doing the New York City Avon Walk... my 21st Walk! I'm excited to report that with Walk 20 in NYC last year I passed the $150,000 fund raising mark. I plan to add significantly to that this year. :)
Looking for a unique gift idea? For slogan t-shirts as well as prints, journals, calendars and other items made from my photographs, check out my fundraising store!
Every purchase includes a donation to the walk!
Thanks again for visiting my site and for your support!
Nationally, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes. Click here for more information on this important cause.