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Celebrity Kids Doodle On Sippy Cups To Fight AIDS

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Several children of celebrities are getting started on supporting good causes at an early age. The kids of stars such as CSI: NY‘s Melina Kanakaredes, Lost‘s Elizabeth Mitchell, Desperate Housewives‘s Doug Savant, and Denise Richards have all designed sippy cups for The Tinseltown Toddlers Online Charity Auction to support the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.

This star-studded charity auction is inspiring parents and children everywhere to submit their own original works of art on Create My Own(TM) Cup inserts in the Playtex Talented Toddlers Contest! By submitting their artwork, toddlers will not only show off their artistic talents, but also have a chance to win $2,500 in cash prizes. The contest begins May 21, 2007 and ends on August 21, 2007. Parents can go to Playtexproducts.com to learn how to enter their child’s Create My Own(TM) Cup artwork in the contest.

The celebrity parents are pitching in too–they’re scribbling their autographs on the finished products. The auction starts today and will run until the 31st. Sounds like a fun way to get celeb kids involved!

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