Lift Auction Open for Browsing

The Lift 4 Autism 2022 Auction Opens Today!

LiFT 4 Autism Auction is LIVE for viewing!  http://charityauction.bid/LiftAuction2022 BROWSE NOW! You can ★ items you want to save/remember for Monday, April 25 when the BIDDING begins! We are still adding some photos as donors get them to us, so if you see a LiFT logo on the docket for the pic, be patient as […]

? LIFT 2020 Total: $53,973! ?

We started this auction in 2015, and have watched its impact grow and spread over the years. We love seeing the romance reading community rally around autism families and individuals on the spectrum.

LIFT4 Autism and COVID-19!

Our charitable partner KultureCity is designating this year’s proceeds for autism families struggling in the face of COVID-19. Last year, we raised nearly $40,000, and we are so excited to see how the romance reading community rallies around families during these extraordinary times.

2020 Lift Store

2020 Lift Gear Is Here!

You can order your 2020 LIFT gear starting now! Have that shirt in time for April so you can show it off to your friends. Plus – all profits go to our charitable partner – KultureCity! Shop here – https://teespring.com/stores/lift4autism.

Count Down is on for the 2020 Lift Campaign!

Thank you for participating in the Fifth Annual LIFT 4 Autism Campaign! We are truly excited for the opportunity to highlight this incredible cause during Autism Awareness month. We’ll sponsor an online auction the last week of April. Funds raised will go toward Kulture City. Check out the diverse and remarkable programs they’ve created to help ASD families in so many ways here: www.kulturecity.org. We are honored to count them as our charitable partner again this year.

The LIFT 4 Autism Auction Open for Bidding!

A banquet for the bookish, the online auction features more than 300 signed paperbacks, hardcovers, full series sets, out-of-print covers, foreign editions, cannot-even-buy event tickets . . . and MORE, all donated by authors, publishers, bloggers, readers. Just people who wanted to be a part of something to help autism families.