Love Our Children USA announced that the second annual National Love Our Children Day celebrates America ’s children on Saturday, April 2, 2005 , and is recognized with a proclamation from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
National Love Our Children Day is like Mother's and Father's Day for children and will be celebrated annually across the U.S. to honor children and strengthen families and raise awareness for efforts to protect children.
This day was created to acknowledge the value of children and to give them a healthy start by growing up to be healthy, happy and responsible adults. Love Our Children maintains that by giving children the three essential elements which are love, protection and respect, we give our children the confidence they need to become strong and fit adults.
To honor children and raise money for programs to protect them, Love Our Children USA is holding a private online DREAM AUCTION from April 1st – April 22nd. Their event coincides with National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
The online auction, a collector’s dream offers items to bid from the entertainment and sports industry’s elite such as: walk-on roles to some of your favorite TV Shows (ie: CSI:Miami), tickets to the hit Barry Manilow/Las Vegas show … signed celebrity & sports memorabilia from Robin Williams, Matt Damon, Lisa Kudrow, Sean Hayes, Sting, Beyonce, Phil Collins, Martina McBride, Melissa Etheridge, Jon Bon Jovi, Cindy Crawford, Will & Grace, Friends, Joan of Arcadia, NY Yankees, NE Patriots, NBA, Derek Jeter, Muhammad Ali and others … spa and resort packages, Napa wine tour, hot air balloon rides, meet and greets with entertainment & sports elite … and more.
Love Our Children USA encourages all parents, families and communities to take time to honor children on April 2, 2005— and each year on the first Saturday of April. This national celebration is an initiative of Love Our Children USA, a nonprofit children’s advocacy organization.
To learn more about the auction, please visit the Love Our Children USA Auction Web site.