On April 25th, 2013, The Write Stuff for Boston auction was held to benefit the victims and families of the Boston Marathon bombings that happened April 15, 2013, with all proceeds going to The Boston First Responders Fund and The One Fund. This tragic event took the lives of 4 people and injured over two hundred (these numbers include Officer Sean Collier of the M.I.T. Police and others injured during the massive manhunt that followed). As a born-and-raised Bostonian, I could not sit idly by while my home was rocked to its core. So with the help of many wonderful, generous people, I put the word out to fellow writers/authors, agents, editors and artists to collect donations in order to raise money for these worthy causes. This auction could not of happened without these incredible people, and I’m forever grateful to each and every one of them (and to each bidder, as well).
Together as 1, we are BOSTON STRONG
You may donate by going to The Boston First Responders Fund and/or The One Fund.
Who is organizing this fundraiser?
This auction was organized by writer/bloggess K.T. Crowley (to learn more about me, please go to the “About” section above). I am not a federally recognized charitable organization nor am I directly affiliated with either fund, so please don’t send any money or items directly to me. All money donated/paid to the designated organizations (The Boston First Responders Fund and The One Fund) is nonrefundable. General inquiries about the auction and items for bid can be sent to writestuff4Boston [AT] gmail [DOT] com or posted in the comments below. Please note: ALL content (pictures, blurbs, bios, etc.) have been provided by donors and are being used with their permission. I am the sole organizer/facilitator of this auction and I assume no liabilities, though I will do my best to help should any issues arise. I am not responsible for lost, forgotten, misplaced, or otherwise messed up items. All bids and items are donated in good faith.
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