Amy Roloff’s birthday wish of helping children comes true

November 29, 2011
Amy Roloff, who starred in the hit TV reality show “Little People, Big World,” donated $40,000 to Providence Child Center from her Amy Roloff Charity Foundation “Starry Night, Summer’s Day” dinner auction and golf benefit held in celebration of her birthday. These funds from the September event will help provide round-the-clock care for the medically fragile children residing at the Center for Medically Fragile Children.

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A gift from the heart
Nichole Karn, mother of Center for Medically Fragile Children resident Joslyn, presents Amy Roloff with a birthday gift that her daughter painted, hand-in-hand with a volunteer, just for her.


 
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Northwest Strategic Insurance Advisors team tees off for the kids!
From left are former Portland Timbers players Kord Schull and Paul Gouldsbrough; Joey Webber, aka Timber Joey; Art Dixon, former Timbers owner; and Pat Khut, with, of course, Amy.


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Go Beavers!
Getting the crowd cheering about an OSU Beavers football prize package are (from left) auctioneer Johnna Wells; Amy Roloff and Lisa Dixon from Amy Roloff Charity Foundation; and Jason Kennedy from E! Entertainment.