Nick Lachey, television personality, multi-platinum recording artist, loving husband and father, joins leading chocolatier, Lindt USA, to launch the fifth Lindt Gold Bunny Celebrity Auction and help raise awareness for autism.
Lachey, who is sharing his personal connection to autism, joins the exclusive line-up of nearly 100 celebrities participating in this year’s auction by donating autographs.
One hundred percent of proceeds from the celebrity-signed Lindt Gold Bunny figures will benefit the world’s leading autism research and advocacy organization, Autism Speaks.
This year, Lindt will make a matching donation. Now through April 14, fans can bid on celebrity-signed porcelain Lindt Gold Bunny figures – from Kelly Clarkson to Sarah Jessica Parker, Tom Brady and Seth Meyers – and give back this Easter.
“It’s an honor to help launch this year’s Lindt Gold Bunny Celebrity Auction and support a cause very close to my family,” said Lachey.
“My younger brother, Zac, was diagnosed with autism as a child, and we’re continuously inspired by his perseverance and strength. Autism affects so many families, and Lindt is offering simple ways to get involved this Easter and help give back.”
Ninety-three influencers in the entertainment, food, music, lifestyle and sports industries have lent their signatures to the cause.
For more information about the Lindt Gold Bunny Celebrity Auction and Easter program, visit LindtGOLDBUNNYAuction.com.
Autism is a general term used to describe a group of complex developmental brain disorders – autism spectrum disorders – caused by a combination of genes and environmental influences.
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