Stephen Baldwin is on a new reality show. He is competing for a charity called Love146 that is working to stop the child trafficking trade.
The longer he is on the show, the more money he will raise for this organization.
Most importantly, go HERE to learn about the organization that he is trying to raise money for.
Watch a video below and also read an article below the videos.
Follow the link to youtube and there are more videos.
Actor Stephen Baldwin Competes on New Reality Show to Help Save Trafficked Children
Desirea Rodgers (June 4, 2009)
“When we restore one child, the effect does not stop with that one child; the effect of restoration could be exponential, because that one child would want to restore others.”
On Monday, June 1st, NBC launched a month long reality showed titled I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, in which celebrities compete against one another to become king or queen of the (Costa Rican) jungle. Each celebrity is playing for a charity of his/her choice. The catch is, America actually gets to vote who stays in the jungle and who goes home. The longer a celebrity stays the more money will be donated to his/her charity.
Stephen Baldwin chose to play for Love146—[an organization which helps prevent trafficking and also rescues children out of such exploitation]. (Photo: stephenbaldwin.com)
You can find I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here on NBC from 8-9pm Mon-Thurs (that’s right, four nights a week!), June 1st – 18th and Mon-Wed, June 22nd – 24th.
If you’re an avid reality show junkie consider voting (toll free or online) during the duration of the show.
The longer Stephen stays the more money and awareness will be raised to save children.
I wanted to add one thing. Dr. Velazco recently sent us this email about the girls in our Round Home [safe house] and I thought it was beautiful.
“When we restore one child, the effect does not stop with that one child; the effect of restoration could be exponential, because that one child would want to restore others,” said Dr. Velazco. “There is a saying that ‘The hand that rocks the cradle moves the world.’ I believe that when we repair the broken cradle, we rebuild the world.”
Source: Desirea Rodgers – Love146.org