Rapper Lil' Kim is
sponsoring a national online celebrity charitable auction, which will support
various homeless, HIV/AIDS and abuse organizations.Lil'
Kim, along with the James Family, Ludacris' Ludacris Foundation and FOX, will
launch the auction online starting Apr. 12 - Apr. 15.Ludacris,
LeBron James, Mo'Nique, Ludacris, Dr. Phil, Mary J. Blige and Kimora Lee Simmons
are among the participants in the auction, which is being held in conjunction
with The National Alliance to End Abuse, a Washington D.C. based organization
aimed at eliminating teen dating violence and family violence through intervention
and proactive prevention, extensive community education and victim assistance.
sort of become the place where celebrities come to have their passion meet their
purpose," said Jean Chouteau serves as Senior Vice President of Strategic
Planning for The Alliance. "As a non-profit we are happy to facilitate that
collaboration. Like minded partnerships are critical to solidify when it means
reaching those in need, and it helps to have FOX as a partner. Our programs are
always unique and inspired and result oriented...we don't see limitations."On
Apr. 12, Lil' Kim and Chouteau will appear on Good Day New York to reveal more
details about the auction. For more information, visit www.nationalalliances.com.