Celebrity Stuff-a-thon brings in young and old to help fosters kids in need, Leigh Allen Baker, John Littlefield, Zach Callison, Lia Marie Johnson, Joanne Kruppa, and more

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At CBS Radford Studios last Saturday, over 50 Hollywood celebs, as young as 8 years old, came came together for a day of stuffing duffel bags full of toys, books, games, CDs, DVDs, blankets and toiletries for children in foster care. The event was sponsored by Smart Toys and benefited My Stuff Bags, which provides new belongings to hundreds of thousands of foster care kids across the country each year.
The host was, Leigh Allen Baker from Good Luck Charlie along with Julie Kertes
General Manager of NAPPA(National Parenting Publications Awards ).  Some of the celebs that came out were:  John Littlefield, Joanne Krupa, Marta Krupa, Aaron Fresh, Mark Paul Gosselaar, Julianna Rose, Jennessa Rose, Lia Marie Johnson, Kat MacNamara, Daphne Blunt, Tarik Ellinger, Zachary Alexander Rice, Zach Callison, Evan Hofer, Gina La Piana, Luke Kleintank, Anthony Wey Perez, Grant Gustin, Patricia Kara, Becky G., : Tohora Masamune, Ariana Savalas and many more.
My Stuff Bags comfort them with things they need and things to hold on to.

My Stuff Bags Foundation-Established in 1998, the mission of the My Stuff Bags Foundation, a Los Angeles County based 501(c)(3) non-profit, is to provide comfort and hope to America’s children in crisis, especially those rescued from abuse, neglect, and abandonment, through its unique program, My Stuff Bags. My Stuff Bags are individual blue duffels filled with new belongings for children, from newborn infants to teenagers, entering crisis and foster care with nothing of their own. http://www.mystuffbags.com

 My Stuff Bag Items

NAPPA holds two competitions a year: One for Parenting Resources, the other for Children’s Products. Entries are vetted by judges who are experts in their fields and they’re also tested by parents and children. When you see a NAPPA winning seal on a product, you know it’s of great quality and of high educational and entertainment value.  http://www.nappaawards.com  http://www.twitter.com/nappaawards.com

2 Responses to “Celebrity Stuff-a-thon brings in young and old to help fosters kids in need, Leigh Allen Baker, John Littlefield, Zach Callison, Lia Marie Johnson, Joanne Kruppa, and more”

  1. The beautiful thing they do

  2. They forget to care about and notice the foreseeable risks,
    thus making them responsible and accountable for the consequences of their acts.
    Although it takes a bit of effort on the part of the public to sort and separate their garbage, people are now beginning to realize that the future of our environment is at stake.

    Now, less than three years later, look where we are.

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