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Quick . . . The Deadline is Approaching!

The deadline to donate to the annual “Born in My Heart” art auction fundraiser is April 1st! If you would like to donate, email us right away at [email protected] this week. The eBay Auction will take place April 23-28.

One of the perks of working on this auction is getting to preview the wonderful items as they come in. Once again we have received some AMAZING works of art and many other fun donations from you! Here is a taste of what you will see this year:

We have oil and acrylic paintings, and photographs from professional artists like Caroline Young, Kenny Chu and Liu Kairong, plus some truly gifted “amateur” artists. Fabulous quilts from whimsical to elegant in a variety of sizes. Stunning lifebook layouts in both hardcopy and digital formats that will inspire anyone to get busy on that lifebook! Something new this year, several language series designed for age groups from elementary to high school. We also have some wonderful personalized items including pillow covers with your child’s Chinese name and custom website design services. A great selection of dolls, books, clothing, 2008 Olympics items, embroidery, jewelry, and so much more!

Please join us for the 6th “Born in my Heart” fundraiser on April 23-28. Watch for a link on the main page of our website at www.lovewithoutboundaries.com that will take you to the auction. As always, every penny raised is directed to providing surgery for Chinese orphans like one year old “Dessie” who waits to be healed of her heart disease.

Debbie and I want to thank you for helping us pull together another impressive auction. With your generosity and support we are on our way to being able to say “Yes!” to Dessie and a few more of China’s most vulnerable orphans who wait for that precious gift of a strong heart.

Deb Mann is Co-Coordinator for Love Without Boundaries’ “Born In My Heart” Art Auction. She lives in Idaho, USA, with her husband Mike. They have 3 grown sons and a beautiful Jiangsu daughter, who was adopted from China in 2003.

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