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Orlando Bloom, Betty White & More Sign Bunnies For Charity

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Easter Sunday is coming up on April 24th, and that means a lot of little chocolate bunnies are going to be bought! But the month of April is also National Autism Awareness Month, and Swiss chocolatier Lindt is doing their part to raise awareness and money using their iconic chocolate bunnies.

From March 30th through April 9th the chocolate company will be auctioning off porcelain versions of their famous Lindt Gold Bunny.

But they won’t just be any old porcelain figurine, these will be signed by A-list celebs like Orlando Bloom, Ricky Gervais, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Hugh Hefner, Betty White, Toni Braxton, Yoko Ono, Roger FedererKim Kardashian, Toby Keith, Padma LakshmiPaul Simon, and more!

The best part is that 100% of all the proceeds from the auction will directly benefit the charity Autism Speaks.

The list of celebrity participants is truly amazing, and if you go to the auctions ebay site all you have to do is click on a name and it will take you to that celebs page.

Easter is usually about chocolate, but now there’s a way to make it about giving back to charity! How great is that??

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