Victoria Beckham Donates a Truly Unbelievable Amount Of Shoes For Typhoon Haiyan Aid

11/21/2013 at 02:35 PM ET

Victoria Beckham shoes donationCourtesy Victoria Beckham. Inset: Mike Marsland/WireImage

For most people, this pile of shoes is something they see only in their wildest dreams. For Victoria Beckham, it’s what she casually digs out on a Thursday to donate to the British Red Cross, in order to raise funds to aid victims of the Phillipines’ devastating Typhoon Haiyan.

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“Big clear out of my shoes, on sale tomorrow in aid of @BritishRedCross #ShopDrop,” the star Tweeted along with the photo of dozens of pairs of pumps, sandals, stilettos and boots. She included a link to find info about the sale in case you’re looking to pick up a pair or two yourself. You’ll want to be close to London’s Kensington & Chelsea Red Cross shop tomorrow — but if you’re Posh-sized and looking for labels like Dolce & Gabbana, Jimmy Choo or Roberto Cavalli, perhaps it would be worth the plane ticket.

And if you needed further proof of just how major this donation is, check out the other photo Beckham tweeted, below, of herself atop the mountain of boxes on its way to the Red Cross. All the money raised from the Beckhams’ clothing will send hygiene parcels and more to victims of the typhoon, proving that their hearts are as big as their shoe collections.

Can you believe these photos? How have you been supporting victims of Haiyan?

–Alex Apatoff

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Lyla on

@LIP @SBLG @peaches clearly if you read the article, you would notice that the shoes were being donated to be sold and that the profits were going to be used to help the victims of the typhoon. she’s doing a good deed in giving away those shoes!

Kat on

I had several questions going through my head b4 I read they’re planning to sell the shoes to raise money to help the victims. Then it made sense. God bless the Beckhams.

Anonymous on

Okay, idiots, one more time. “All the money raised from the Beckhams’ clothing will send hygiene parcels and more to victims of the typhoon”

Rose on

It is funny to read comments of people who did not read the story. They sound so foolish. I am sure the sale of the shoes will result in a great donation to the British Red Cross.

Cheryl on

How about you donating shoes that REAL PEOPLE wear??!! Donating high end high heel shoes does not make any sense whatsoever!! I understand its the thought that counts but did you really think in terms of practicality!! I mean really?? I don’t what world you live in but come back down to earth and join the restof us please!

Cheri on

Amazing that three people cant read the article, they must have grown up with picture books. It said she is donating them to the Redcross for them to sell to raise money to buy the items needed. She is doing more than just sending a check, this will probably raise more money since people like to pay more for things that are from famous people.

Cheryl on

Well donate money instead!!

Elise on

Good for her, that’s really awesome. I’ve always enjoyed her and now have even more reason to!

Cheryl on

Don’t want to read the article

Aeol on

Wow yaknow I’d love to hear more about how you live in a cardboard box and don’t spend money on anything you don’t need to survive. Unless you’re Mother Theresa, that’s some real unnecessary judgement.

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