Dina Manzo Follows Taylor Swift and Auctions Herself Off!

The Taylor Swift auction closed at $6,100 last night benefiting music education in America’s schools (The VH1 Save the Music Foundation). The Los Angeles winner bought the experience for his fiancé and is proud to be able to make a difference in the lives of children. We wish this soon-to-be couple as much happiness as their generous donation will bring to students in need. 

In just a few short weeks, June 8th to be exact, Butterfly will launch another exciting auction to benefit Project Ladybug and seriously ill pediatric patients living with cancer. Monies raised will help to provide these children with somewhere safe and comfortable to call home while receiving treatment. The Ladybug Fund at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital was founded by Dina Manzo, the star of Bravo TV’sReal Housewives of NJ. 

The winner and a guest will experience an intimate dining experience with Dina and Caroline Manzo at the infamous Brownstone and be able to meet additional cast members to boot! If in your heart you are yearning to bid but your wallet does not permit, all we ask is that you help to spread the word. That is truly how we can ALL help to make a difference. 

Looking for a quick and easy way to make a difference in the eyes of your own kids? Simply let us know what your child’s favorite PSP game is and invite one member to join Butterfly and you can WIN: The ModNation Racers Video Game for PlayStation3 AND be entered to win a PSP console. That’s it! We have TEN copies to give away by end of day tomorrow. It’s that simple. 

Oh, before we go, check out the latest blog entries from your community members at Butterfly: 

“Really Need a New Car?” by Julie Arnheim of Rubbingnickels.com
“If Attitude Were Contagious Mine Could Kill You” by Kristy Lorenzen at PampersandPinot.com
“The Recession and Very Poor Job Market in South Fla has me SO DOWN... by Brooke Davis

Enjoy the week and please continue to share your experiences with your fellow Butterflies. How else are we to know that we are not alone?

Bradi and Terry
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