longoriatwitter540k.jpg Eva Longoria Parker's TwitChange auction has raised over $540,000 for disabled children in Haiti.

As a part of the charity, celebrities offered to follow fans on Twitter and arrange personal meetings with the winning bidders, who made hefty donations throughout last week.

All of the profits from the auction will go to A Home In Haiti and they will be used to rebuild The Miriam Center, which cares for children suffering from autism, cerebral palsy and other major life disabilities.