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5 December 5th, 2014 Amelia Heinle’s Dear March & Believe Big Organization Invite Fans to Holiday Fundraiser Meet & Greet Featuring Y&R Stars!


Daytime Emmy winner Amelia Heinle (Victoria) is helping to raise funds and awareness in the fight against cancer, in honor of her sister Jane, who is currently battling the disease.

Heinle has teamed up with the cancer organization, Believe Big for this fun upcoming fan event, as well as raising money on her new website she launched back in September Dear March!

The Young and the Restless star will be hosting a fan event this December 14th in Los Angeles at The Grove from 3PM to 6PM which will feature appearances by her husband, former Y&R star Thad Luckinbill and cast mates: Eric Braeden (Victor), Jess Walton (Jill), Melissa Claire Egan (Chelsea) and Joshua Morrow (Victor)!  Tickets are currently available via Dear March.

Believe Big is a non-profit charity whose vision is to assist cancer patients and their families discover their pathway to healing.  Heinle’s Dear March site offers fashion for purchase, blogs from Heinle, and other topics including beauty, travel, entertainment, love, career, parenting, and much more!

Will you help in Amelia’s mission to help those who are battling cancers?

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  1. Nikki says:

    What a wonderful thing to do especially for her sister. I pray Jane wins her battle. Cancer is an ugly disease. God Bless you Amelia & Jane & congratulations to all your cast mates who are supporting you. The world is a better place with wonderful friends like this.


    Mike replied

    I second that Nikki


  2. Patrick says:

    I’d say she looks pretty pulled TOGETHER

    va va voom : Amelia Heinle sexs it out



    Kim Huck replied

    Sharon is sexy. She looks amazing


  3. wolfy says:

    This, like all the various causes the different Y&R stars host/are affiliated with/support is a wonderful thing to happen, but I do wish the various stars would hold these causes in more than just one city and more than just once a year so that more fans could attend and help out in person as well as some of us do via online, mail, cell phone and other ways of donations. I don’t think anyone would think of the stars as being “greedy” for their organizations, because how can anyone be “greedy” when they’re stumping for such a great cause? Best wishes and to those who may be able to attend in person, have a good time.


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