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Longoria Parker's Twitter.com auction raises 360K pounds for disabled kids

Eva Longoria Parker has raised over 360,000 pounds for disabled children in Haiti by spearheading a celebrity Twitter.com auction.


London, Sep 29 : Eva Longoria Parker has raised over 360,000 pounds for disabled children in Haiti by spearheading a celebrity Twitter.com auction.

Stars offered to follow fans on Twitter and arrange one-of-a-kind meetings for the winning bidders, who offered up cash donations throughout last week, reports the Daily Star.

All funds raised from the auction event will go to www.ahomeinhaiti.org.

The money will be used to rebuild 'The Miriam Center', which cares for children suffering from Autism and Cerebral Palsy.

ANI

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