Nov 10, 2016 08:48 AM EST
Small Shoe Project: Providing Food, Shelter and Education To Children Across The World
Celebrities everywhere are doing their part to make a huge change when it comes to people, families and children in poverty. For one, Emma Watson, the actress from the fan favorite "Harry Potter" franchise, is putting her UN Ambassador shoes to work.
And when it comes to shoes, The Small Shoe Project is also doing its part to help impoverished children. If you have always wanted to wear Emma Watson's high heels from her own personal wardrobe, or even take a run while wearing Maria Sharapova's Nike Trainers, then you might just be able to do so.
In the name of charity, The Small Shoe Project is helping children from all over the globe by providing them with the necessities in order to have a better future. The concept started in 2011 when a Celebrity Shoe Auction started to help aid children gain access to education. Five years later, the project continues to live on, cites The National Student. Chief Executive Officer Amy Hanson has been running the organization and is happy to introduce this year's auction which includes shoe donations from Emma Watson herself and seventy four more celebrities who are dedicated to the cause.
If y0u are a fan of these celebrities and would want to have an item from their personal collection as a memorabilia, this is an opportunity to grab. Plus, those who are purchasing these items are also contributing to various charities involving food, education, medicine and shelter.
Fans can bid for Emma Watson's ankle strapped shoes from her Sergio Rossi Green Carpet Collection. There are those who would fancy a Hi Top Nike Wedge from X-Factor celebrity Fleur East. Kat Moss is also in on the game with her Saint Laurent collection. And the ladies are not the only ones joining. Even artist Rod Stewart is joining the cause with his metallic gold brogues and Coldplay's front man Christ Martin has an autograph signed Adidas Dream Trainers all ready for the bidding.
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