Eva Longoria has taken to Twitter to encourage her celebrity friends to support charity.

The Desperate Housewives superstar has enlisted the help of the stars to launch TwitChange, a massive online auction that will hit the Net on September 15. The idea is simple: TwitChange is the only global celebrity auction where Twitter users can bid to get three things: be followed by their favorite celebrity on Twitter, retweeted, or mentioned by them in a special tweet!

All proceeds from the TwitChange celebrity auction will provide AHomeInHaiti.org the means to finish rebuilding the Miriam Center. The Miriam Center houses, educates and loves on Haitian children with cerebral palsy, severe autism, and other major life challenges and is one of the only facilities of its kind in Haiti. The current facility houses children in the earthquakeʼs aftermath and is extremely overcrowded. These kids need and deserve a permanent home.

A Home In Haiti has provided over $1.5 million in tents to homeless Haitians since the earthquake. They have created a movement of tens of thousands of people across the globe to provide more tents than nearly any established organization or government in the world – all through the power of Social Media.

Some of the stars taking part in the auction include Alicia Keys, Adrian Grenier, Ricky Martin, Stephen Fry, Tony Hawk, Ryan Seacrest, Sophia Bush, Rosario Dawson, Peter Wentz, Jeremy Piven, Jessica Alba, Joel Madden, the Jonas Brothers, Julie Benz, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, LeAnn Rimes, Michael Chiklis, Mario Lopez, Paula Abdul, Nicole Richie, Holly Robinson-Peete, Melanie C, Olivia Wilde, George Lopez, Demi Lovato, Blair Underwood, Bret Michaels, Ashlee Simpson, Alyssa Milano and many more.

To watch a video of Eva talking about the event, click here. Check out the auction at TwitChange.com.

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