Brain Matters Auctioning Extraordinary Events on Charitybuzz to Raise Funds For Brain Cancer Research

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Six years ago Heidi Gottlieb, a brain cancer survivor, created the non-profit Brain Matters, and walked from Long Island to Mass General Hospital where Heidi was treated in 2008. Her aspiration is to make as many people aware as possible of the need for more research for brain cancer "because there aren't many brain cancer patients who live to talk about it."

Heidi says, "Even though I may not be able to walk every year, each year around this time is just as important to me to be able to raise awareness and funding for this cause".

This Thursday, October 12th, Brain Matters' will kick off a three week online Charitybuzz auction, chock full of amazing events to help the cause. Brain Matters works hard throughout the year to put together these fundraising events in collaboration with terrific people and companies that donate valuable time to create incredible experiences that are offered on the #Charitybuzz auction #BrainMattersBuzz (http://www.charitybuzz.com/BrainMatters) starting Thursday, October 12th at 9A through to Wednesday, November 1st.

Don't miss this year's #BrainMattersBuzz event. There will be VIP tickets and celebrity tours to hugely popular TV and Broadway shows like Hamilton and Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen to name a couple.

Other exciting opportunities to be able to take advantage of, are meeting with the amazing children's talent agents at Abrams Artists in NY and LA; Abrams is one of the biggest Broadway, film and television talent agents with some of the most well known kid stars. How about taking a set tour, meeting and greeting and going to a LIVE filming with Fox & Friends or News12? The chance to meet Iain Armitage for lunch-the Young Sheldon from the new hit show by the same name? Get a picture taken with Iain, and something signed too! Want 2 house seat tickets to DEAR EVAN HANSEN with a backstage meet and greet and photos with Tony Award Nominee Mike Faist?

Check out the other rare opportunities starting Thursday, October 12th at (http://www.charitybuzz.com/BrainMatters) and forward the link to friends and family to help support the cause.

All donations go to Mass General Hospital, and to hospitals and medical centers conducting medical research in the area of brain and skull base tumors.

Learn more about Brain Matters, Inc. and brain cancer at http://www.brain-matters.org.

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