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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.

RELATED: How can you help typhoon victims?

“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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Mtn on

90% of the commenters need to go back to elementary and retake reading comprehension. SHE IS DONATING THE SHOES TO BE SOLD!! THE FUNDS FROM THE AUCTION/SALE WILL THEN GO TO THE TYPHOON VICTIMS!!!

lisa on

Seems a few people on here skipped reading and comprehension class a few times.
The SHOES are not being sent, the PROCEEDS from the sale of the shoes will be used to aid the victims. Clear enough yet??

akmgr on

Thanks Lisa, I should have read the article all the way thru. Yes, it is a nice gesture.

kathy from fla on

Although this is a nice gesture, they need more…Send money now Victoria. Put your money towards construction, water, medical supplies, etc.

Bebe on

That is awesome! And yes I did donate kids clothing and shoes also some women clothing. But none with the name brands that Victoria has I’m sure lol! None the less it’s all from the heart and anything helps so let’s all pitch in :)

Rebecca on

it should be number of shoes…not amount…

NW Mamma on

I’ll bet the clothes and shoes will bring in alot of money, wish I could go to the sale, I know they are used, but she only has really nice things and buying them at a discount to help people would be so much fun. What size are her shoes?

Sarah on

Remember when one could donate to charity without publicizing it?

HAL on

I love how many state instead of donating she should give money. How do you know she isn’t doing that as well? It doesn’t state either way. More than likely they are doing that as well and it was just not reported.

Do on

High Heels? really? Donate some money thats what they need.. Food, water, not freaking high heels in that rubble!

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