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Tori Spelling Fights SIDS With New Charity Auction

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As a mom, I can vouch for SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) being a terrifying worry for anyone with kids. Research is constantly changing (Put your baby on her side! No, her back, her back! Hang her upside down with one sock on and smear organic yogurt on her forehead!) and there’s no absolute way to prevent it–or to even know what truly causes it. So I’m pretty stoked about the new Style My Stroller Campaign.

The campaign, stemming from the CJ Foundation for SIDS, is featuring strollers (donated by Maclaren) designed by Tori Spelling, Ashley Simpson, Angie Harmon and Marissa Jaret Winokur that will be auctioned off by Charity Folks to promote SIDS Awareness Month and raise some funds for the CJ Foundation. Celebs getting artsy again for a good cause… I love it.

The auction will run October 6 through 13, and you can also catch the designs on display at Babies”R” Us in New York City’s Union Square.

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