C is for Celebrity Support of Clothes Off Our Back

Posted: April 6, 2011 in Autism, Charity, Children, Education, Food, Helping Others, Hunger

Clothes Off Our Back is an organization which hosts celebrity clothing auctions in order to raise money for various children’s charities. Hundreds of celebrities donate clothing, accessories, jewelry and much more every year.

A few of the celebrities to donate to Clothes Off Our Back include:

Rapper, 50 Cent- He donated an autographed bowl and an autographed sketch of his hand. Proceeds from both auctions went to Feeding America and Lending a Hand to LIFEbeat.

Singer, Ashlee Simpson- She donated a custom designed corset made by Fredricks of Hollywood and an autographed pair of used jeans to raised money for America’s Second Harvest, The Art of Elysium, World Education and autism research.

Singer and Philanthropist, Annie Lennox- She donated an autographed bowl to raise money for Feeding America.

Actor, Blair Underwood- He donated his Golden Globe tie and shirt, an autographed book, autographed posters, and an autographed dinner plate to benefit Feeding America (formerly named America’s Second Harvest), The Art of Elysium, Hope North and H.E.L.P. Malawi.

Actress, Christina Ricci- She donated a silk Dolce & Gabbana gown that she wore to the 2007 40th Annual Grammy Awards. The proceeds went to America’s Second Harvest, The Art of Elysium, World Education and autism research.

You can go to Clothes Off Our Back and view the celebrity participants list to see a full list of the wonderful celebrities who have donated to raise money for such wonderful causes.

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Comments
  1. Lyn Lomasi says:

    I love to see celebs doing things like this. Thanks for spreading the word.

  2. Theresa Wiza says:

    I like to see people stepping up to help those in worse circumstances than they are. Good cause.

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