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Jack Johnson And Other Celebs Donate Shoes To Save American Beaches

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Having lived in Florida for the first 18 years of my life, I have a special appreciation for the glory that is an awesome beach! Therefore, I am extra pleased as punch to hear that a slew of eco-minded celebs are auctioning off their shoes for the Surfrider Foundation — an organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves and beaches for all people, through conservation, activism, research and education. 

The Barefoot Wine Rescue Project is a part of eBay’s Giving Works program and will feature shoes donated by Jack Johnson, Cameron Diaz, Matthew McConaughey, Kelly Slater, Sophia Bush, Andrew Keegan and many more!

“Barefoot Wine is committed to helping make beaches ‘barefoot-friendly’ through the Barefoot Wine Beach Rescue Project,” said Jeremy Soine of Barefoot Wines. “We’re donating 100% of the proceeds from this charity auction to support the Surfrider Foundation’s ongoing efforts to keep our world’s beaches healthy for generations to come.”

So if you just gotta, gotta, gotta own a pair of famous shoes, make sure you visit eBay before December 12th and get involved. Happy Bidding! 

via: looktothestars.org

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