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The All-American Rejects Embrace charity: water With Online Auction

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Charity: water is really on a roll. The non-profit and its founder Scott Harrison was recently featured on 20/20, celebs dig it (with support from the likes of Kristen Bell, Alyssa Milano, Adrian Grenier, and Will Smith), and now we can add The All-American Rejects to the growing stack of endorsements.

The band has teamed up with Magic Bullet Records to release 10 copies of their album, When the World Comes Down, with all proceeds benefiting charity: water. Starting on December 28th, the rockers began auctioning off one, autographed copy of their album per week via ebay. It’s a nice little addition to any music collection, with a signature from all four band members, a CD pressed on limited edition blue vinyl (in an homage to water), and a hand-numbered copy (1 out of 10).

The non-profit’s goal is to bring clean, safe drinking water to developing nations and has always promised that 100% of proceeds will directly fund water projects. It’s an important initiative, as 1 in every 8 people don’t have access to suitable water supplies, so it’s not hard to see why so many celebs want to get involved and spread awareness.

Today is the last day to bid on #10 of 10, so get your buying fingers to ebay and fast! (And be sure to check out the 20/20 special on the charity after the jump below!)

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