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Michelle Williams Donates Clothes To Charity

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Wait a minute before thinking you’re going to snag one of actress Michelle Williams‘ enviable outfits from ‘My Week With Marilyn’, we’re talking about the former Destiny’s Child here, not the Oscar-nominated star.

Gospel singer Michelle Williams has announced that she’ll be donating items from her closet to various charities.

On Monday, Williams went on a Spring-cleaning spree and tweeted to her fans, asking them to suggest worthy organizations that might have use for her fashions, some of which she’s never even worn. According to the star, suggestions have come in fast and furious and have included programs for victims of domestic violence and even the personal addresses of some fans themselves.

She was quoted as saying, “There are so many women and girls who don’t have. I have such a great feeling in my heart about giving this stuff away to who needs it most!”

No word yet on which charities will be the lucky recipients of the celebrity swag, but in the past Williams has supported the Ronald McDonald House charities, Camp Heartland (a camp for children struggling with HIV/AIDS), and the Chicago PepsiCo S.M.A.R.T. program.

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