In support of Autism awareness, Baby Swags has received over 40 celebrity signed puzzle pieces to show support for Autism Awareness and the charity ACT Today!.
Some of today’s hottest teen celebrities came out to show support, such as Tiffany Thornton and Allisyn Ashley Arm from the hit show, “Sonny With A Chance”, Jennifer Stone from Wizards of Waverly Place, iCarly star Jennette McCurdy and many more.
“We have asked each celebrity to sign his or her puzzle piece and return it to Baby Swags”, states Phyllis Pometta, founder of Baby Swags. “Once each piece was received, we framed it and have placed it up for auction with Charity Folks and 100% of the profits will go directly to benefit the non-profit charity organization, ACT Today!”
The celebrities attended the two-day, highly anticipated, Baby & Tween Celebration LA that was held on April 25 & 26, 2009. At this event, each celebrity had the opportunity to hand deliver their signed puzzle piece over to Baby Swags at their exclusive lounge; “The Rockin Lollipop Lounge”. By being present at this event, each celebrity was photographed while holding their ‘piece to the puzzle’.
The Baby Swags online charity auction will take place online and can be found at http://www.charityfolks.com/babyswags, where you will find signed puzzle pieces from supporters such as actress Holly Robinson-Peete, Pro-Skateboarder Tony Hawk, actress Jennie Garth, reality star Trista Sutter, singer Chris Daughtry, The Biggest Loser host Alison Sweeney, actor Jim Belushi, actor Joe Mantegna, singer Carnie Wilson and many others.
Baby Swags specializes in promoting pregnancy and juvenile related products by providing celebrity, corporate and charity gifting opportunities to entrepreneurial women. Baby Swags fully supports the work-at-home mom, their products and services to which they provide to and for the everyday mom.
ACT Today! is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase access to effective autism treatments. Their goal is to introduce and help facilitate early and on-going treatment by providing the necessary resources including guidance, referrals, funding and follow up to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) and their families.
For more information on ACT Today!, visit www.act-today.org.