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Save the Date and Help Save a Life!

Love Without Boundaries’ 6th annual “Born in My Heart” Art Auction goes live next week!

Beginning Thursday, April 23 through Tuesday, April 28, you can bid on some amazing items and forever change the lives of children born with heart defects. As always, 100% of the proceeds go to fund heart surgeries.

With items for every budget, this is a great time to shop for Graduation and Mother’s and Father’s Day too!

This year there are items you won’t want to miss, from original art to glorious quilts to books, clothing, toys, and more. What makes this event possible? It’s you! It’s the generosity of those who have donated these wonderful items. It’s the thoughtfulness of those who have asked “how can I help?” It’s the hearts of our amazing supporters who know that every orphaned child deserves a second chance.

Be a part of our auction and help forever change the life of a child like Jing Mei. At nearly one year of age she suffers with ASD, VSD and PH. What does it take to heal a child’s heart? About $7000. Yes, it’s a lot of money but as all of us here at LWB know, “many hands make light work”. Working together we can raise the funds to heal her heart and others like her.

One healed heart. One life spared. A truly priceless gift. Together, we can reach Jing Mei and other children with heart defects (and have a little fun too!) by taking part in the auction from April 23-28. Join the fun at:


Auction items will begin launching at 9 am (Pacific) on Thursday, April 23. Nearly 300 items will be added throughout the day so keep checking back! This 5-day eBay auction will close Tuesday, April 28th with items closing throughout the course of the day.

See you at the auction! And please help us spread the word. If you have a website, blog, are on Facebook or Twitter, please mention this event. Be a hero….help heal a 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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