Teen star Austin Anderson recently appeared at a special charity concert to rock the crowd and raise money for a great cause.

Austin Anderson, Kidsave
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Austin Anderson brought in $5,000 for Kidsave at the House Of Blues on Sunset. The teen singer/actor rocked the House Of Blues and auctioned off a day with him in the recoding studio during a live auction. The lucky winner will also attend the live finale of America’s Got Talent with Austin in Hollywood.

Austin Anderson at Kidsave Event
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Kidsave gives kids who are hidden from public view in foster care and orphanages the opportunity to visit with families and build relationships. They work as a catalyst for change, training social workers, orphanage workers and volunteers to help kids find permanent families, and change practices, laws and public financing to increase permanent family care for orphans and youth in foster care. Since 1999, more than 2700 individual children have found parents and lasting connections with adults because of Kidsave programs. Thousands more orphans and children in foster care around the globe have parents and lasting connections because of their training and advocacy efforts.

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