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'True Blood' Stars Auction Collector's Item For Charity

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Admittedly, we’d all like a little love bite from True Blood stars Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin. But because they’re “married” and “in love” and “might take out a restraining order” how about we go for the next best thing and buy them?

And when I say “buy them” I mean buy a piece of them through an online auction where you can bid on an official True Blood calendar. They’ve signed the front cover, along with six photos on the inside—that’s 8 unique autographs folks. Making this not only a collector’s item, but all of the proceeds from the auction will go to benefit a good cause.

That’s because the funds will go to Facing The World, a UK charity that provides facial reconstructive surgery for children with severe cases of facial disfigurement. The volunteer team of medical professionals offers free hospital, transport, and surgical care for children, along with free accommodations for their parents. Pretty amazing!

So, not only will you be helping to change a child’s life with your bid, but you’ll get a one-of-a-kind collector’s item as well.

The auction was organized by fan sites AllStephenMoyer and TrueBlood-Online, and ends this Saturday, April 30th. The current highest bid is $420, so make sure to place your bid here!

 

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