Nikki Reed Joins Lindt for Sixth Lindt GOLD BUNNY Celebrity Auction

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Actress Nikki Reed has joined Lindt USA for the sixth Lindt GOLD BUNNY Celebrity Auction to give to Autism Speaks!

According to PR Newswire, Nikki joins over 60 other celebrities including Scarlett Johansson, Blake Shelton, and Kelly Clarkson who will donate autographs in this year’s auction. Now through March 20, 2015, fans can go online to LindtGOLDBUNNYAuction.com and to bid on porcelain figures of the Lindt GOLD BUNNY signed by these stars!  All of the proceeds will benefit Autism Speaks to help support people with autism and their families.

“It is an honor to join Lindt and help launch the Lindt GOLD BUNNY Celebrity Auction. I’m excited to raise funds and awareness for autism, and continue to support a cause that’s very close to my heart,” Nikki said.”I am a proud supporter of Autism Speaks, and I’m dedicated to helping other families affected by autism. Lindt is making it easy for people to get involved and give back this Easter season.”

Sixty five celebrities, from singers and actors to celebrity chefs and supermodels, have given their signatures to this great cause. Autographed Lindt GOLD BUNNY figures include signatures from Al Roker, Blake Lively, Harrison Ford, Jennie Garth, Lauren Conrad, Nick Lachey, Regis Philbin, will.i.am, and so many more!

“We are thrilled to be joined by Nikki Reed for the launch of this year’s Lindt GOLD BUNNY Celebrity Auction and are proud to see how one small bunny continues to make a big difference in support of Autism Speaks,” said Thomas Linemayr, president and CEO of Lindt USA. “We are inspired by the stories of those within the autism community, and encourage Lindt fans to get involved in the auction and celebrate this Easter season by giving back.”

In addition to the funds raised through this auction, Lindt is donating 10 cents to Autism Speaks for every Lindt GOLD BUNNY purchased at retailers nationwide, Lindt Chocolate Shops, and www.Lindt.com, up to $100,000.

Such a great idea!

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