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True Blood Roles and Painting Up for Auction via charitybuzz

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“True Blood” will premier its Season 4 on Sunday, June 26. What is even more exciting is that you have until June 15 to bid for a walk on part in the hit HBO series. Alternatively, you can feature in the next Sookie Stackhouse novel. If active participation is not your thing, then how about owning an original painting of Kristin Bauer (Pam in True Blood)?

One lucky “True Blood” fan will be able to grab themselves a piece of the action and do a little more than just watch Sookie Stackhouse battle vampires, werewolves and other supernatural creatures from the Bon Temps bayou.

“True Blood” has partnered with the leading charity auction site to auction off the walk-on role. Proceeds from the winning bid will benefit the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, which aims to empower people to live full lives by leading through example and celebrating diversity.

If acting is not your thing, you can also bid to have a character named after you in the twelfth Sookie Stackhouse novel. This charity auction is to raise money for the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights, which is dedicated to advancing human rights and creating a fair and peaceful world.

Art lovers can own an original painting of Kristin Bauer, who plays the role of Pam in HBO’s True Blood. It is painted by international artist Eric Waugh and is the perfect gift for the ultimate True Blood fan. It is even signed on the back by Bauer and Waugh. Proceeds from this charity auction will benefit Hometown Heroes, which organizes volunteering and community involvement to help those less fortunate people in society.

You can bid on all three of these amazing auctions through June 15 on charitybuzz website.

If you bid, or better yet, if you get the winning bid on any of these auctions, please come back and let us know!

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