Hero In Heels: Celebrity Shoe Auction presented by the ‘Wish Upon A Hero Foundation’

The wonderful individuals at the Wish Upon A Hero Foundation have put together Hero in Heels, a celebrity shoe auction to help benefit women affected by cancer.

Hero in Heels gives some of the most well-known celebrities the opportunity to donate their shoes to a charitable cause.

Estelle, Taylor Swift, Samantha Harris, Susan Lucci, Scarlett Johannson and Martina McBride are just some of the lovely women who have signed and donated their shoes for this wonderful event.

Miley Cyrus, Ali Larter, Reba McEntire, Maria Sharapova, Natalie Distler, Brooke Burke, Laura Bryna, Sherri Shepherd and Nancy Wilson are expected to donate shoes at a later date.

Interested individuals can bid online now at BiddingForGood.com. BiddingForGood’s online auctions have raised over $80,000,000 for various non-profit organizations. Take some time out to partake in this cause and help someone in need. You can also check out some of the other wonderful auctions that BiddingForGood currently has open.

The Hero In Heels: Celebrity Shoe Auction auction began on March 1. 2010 and will run until April 8, 2010. Individuals can also choose to bid live can do so on April 8, 2010.

Source: Kaijsa Kurstin for BiddingForGood.com

Check out some of the shoes that are being auctioned off below:

Posted on March 7, 2010, in ENTERTAINMENT NEWS, FASHION, FASHION WEEK and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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