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Justin Bieber Participates In Green Goodwill With 'Clothes Off Our Back' Charity Auction

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When shopping for new clothes, it doesn’t get much greener than buying somebody else’s hand-me-downs.

Justin Bieber has teamed up with Clothes Off Our Back — a organization that raises money for children’s charities by hosting celebrity auctions — to sell some of his favorite outfits for a great cause.

Up for grabs are 18 exclusive items worn by the teen star, including things like Supra Skytop sneakers, a Deter black polaroid shirt, and red 511 Levi’s skinny jeans.

Money raised from the auction will benefit Pencils of Promise — a non-profit organization that partners with local communities to build schools and increase educational opportunities in the developing world.

Check out the video below to see Justin talk about Pencils of Promise at Variety’s Power of Youth Event, and visit ClothesOffOurBack.org to vote on some of Justin’s favorite outfits! Your inner tween will thank you.

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