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Ian Somerhalder auctions lunch date to benefit Ian Somerhalder FoundationIan Somerhalder auctions lunch date to benefit Ian Somerhalder Foundation

Ian Somerhalder Auctions Charity Lunch to Benefit Foundation

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Want to win a date with Ian Somerhalder? I can hear the screams of excitement now. “The Vampire Diaries” star is auctioning off a lunch date, where all proceeds will go directly to his organization the Ian Somerhalder Foundation.

If you want to bid, go to CharityBuzz.com and get cracking. The date will take place in Atlanta (where Somerhalder’s popular vampire series shoots). You and your choice of guest will grab a bite with the 33-year-old.

All donations will benefit ISF, which holds a dear place in Somerhalder’s heart, as it’s his very own foundation. ISF focuses on helping the environment and its creatures in every way possible.

Currently, Somerhalder is building an animal sanctuary to house outcasted animals, while helping troubled individuals learn how to become compassionate. The actor has been advocating for his new project continuously on Twitter and is struggling to get funds.

This lunch date will not only give you a chance to pick Somerhalder’s brain, but also help launch his sanctuary.

So far, the current bid is at $5,250. Somerhalder lovers and supporters really want to meet him. Don’t worry, because the auction is live until July 18, so there’s still time.

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  • Jennypenny

    How do I donate? Paypal only? Site seems to be having trouble.

  • Kathy

    God Bless You! You are doing something wonderful!

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