I wanted to share this amazing charity called Project Cuddle. Project Cuddle is run by founder Debbe Magnusen and a voluntary Board of Directors. For a brief time I was a board member but due to serious family issues I had to step down, however I hope that when I am able to I would like to re-join the board if they will have me. Project Cuddle is a non-profit charity that helps frightened girls and women in making safe and legal decisions instead of abandoning their unborn babies. It is truly amazing the work Debbe Magnusen does, and she is absolutely devoted to this cause. So far Project Cuddle has saved 759 babies, and has helped these girls/women either keep their babies or help them with the adoption process. Debbe works alongside amazing and devoted volunteers and a wonderful board that supports and helps make decisions for the future well-being of Project Cuddle. Debbe has 100% support of the wonderfully talented and equally handsome John Stamos who is the National Spokesperson. John is very hands on and works with Debbe every step of the way. Project Cuddle has several events each year to raise much-needed funds so innocent babies can be saved. In February John Stamos hosts,” Dinner by the Bay,” at the Long Beach Hilton Hotel. They have amazing auction items you can bid on, and there are usually some interesting Celebrities that are at the event from Bob Saget to Lisa Vanderpump and many other amazing people. I have attended three times, and it is always a fun party! Right now tickets are available for the annual “Spooktacular,” event held at a private estate, it is a fun Costume party! Go to www.projectcuddle.org for ticket information. Debbe is a maverick and the Author of “Don’t Abandon Your Baby,” and “It’s Never Dull!” Each book is filled with true adventures of girls that keep their pregnancies a secret, some of which were almost abandoned. Debbe helped change the course of many girls and unborn babies lives. Debbe has fostered over 30 drug-exposed babies, while raising two biological children. (quote from Projectcuddle.org). “In May 2009, Oprah and John surprised Debbe and Project Cuddle by being featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show.” Project cuddle was incorporated in 1994 and has a 501(c)(3) non-profit status. Project Cuddle is always looking for volunteers and donations. Please check out Project Cuddle’s web site. They have a list of ways you can help, and a wish list of items needed everyday. Thank you for taking the time to read about this very worthy charity, Project Cuddle.