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Bid On Scarlett and Sheryl's Designer Bags

04/13/2007 at 10:30 AM ET

Splurge on an it-bag and be charitable at the same time! The Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis celebrates it 14th annual Race to Erase MS Gala in LA on April 13, but for the first time non-attendees can bid on celeb-owned handbags donated by Scarlett Johansson and Sheryl Crow. “MS is a debilitating disease that very few people are aware of,” Johansson tells PEOPLE. “By supporting this foundation donors will be actively participating in the fight to find a cure.” Scarlett donated her gold Anya Hindmarch bag and Sheryl donated her Isabella Fiore bag both with autographed MAC makeup bags inside. Both handbags will be auctioned on through April 24th. Go online and bid to make a difference!

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KT from Cda on

A good idea. Maybe they will do one for autism.

Ashley on

I love “Hollywood Do-gooders”. The bags are cute too, I like the little tassle on the gold one.

Maryam on

A good cause and good style, such class, I love it!

erica on

ugly bag

AnnieM on

Charity it good! Also, KT of Cda is so right – 1 in 150 babies born have autism – this is alarming. I have a very good friend with MS, so I’m always for supporting that – but those autism numbers scare me.

Ashley on

I honestly did not know that she poses naked in magazines! What magazines?

Gregory on

This is an excellent cause. More big-name celebs should be doing this type of thing instead of going on tv and pouring forth things like “I’m so bored.” This is a very unselfish way to give back. I just wonder how much of the actual profit goes to the charity and how much goes back to the celeb?


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