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Stars Design Stars In Rockefeller Center For Children's Charity

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The air’s a bit chillier and the cider is a bit…mullier (?) and that can only mean one thing: THE HOLIDAYS ARE HERE!

Here in New York the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center is a pretty big tradition and we’re excited to hear that this year they’re decking the halls with a charity initiative that’s sure to inspire goodwill in everyone!

Stars like Fergie ,Jennifer Garner, Ellen DeGeneres, Kristin Chenoweth, Forest and Keisha Whitaker and more have designed Swarovski stars for Rockefeller Center that will be auctioned off to benefit Clothes Off Our Back — a non-profit organization that contributes to children’s charities. On top of all of that awesomeness, Swarovski is donating $250,000 from the sales of its Annual Edition holiday ornament to the charity.

“I’m happy being a part of this Swarovski program as celebrities and designers come together offering their talents to benefit the lives of children in positive ways,” said Fergie. “Swarovski’s partnership with Clothes Off Our Back brings cheer to children across the globe.”

The famous stars will be auctioned from now until December 10th, so make sure you stop by ClothesOffOurBack.org and bid, bid, bid! Happy Holidays!

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