Kelly Osbourne to donate clothes to charity, the homeless and Sharon Osbourne's cancer program
by Allyson Koerner
Categories: Causes, Film/TV, People
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Kelly Osbourne is known for dabbling in the fashion world; after all, she is a critic on E!’s “Fashion Police.” Well, she is taking her clothing expertise to a new level by cleaning out her closet and donating items to charity and to the homeless.

On Monday the starlet tweeted, “I have spent the past 3 days going through every draw/cupboard/closet I have so much to donate to charity its unreal! #FeelingProductive (sic)”

Osbourne’s followers wanted a chance to add the clothing to their own closets, but Osbourne said, “i thought about doing so but i think that homeless need the clothes more then most of my fans! (sic)”

So, where exactly is she donating her clothes? According to Osbourne, “homeless shelters/dress 4 success! Clothes that I have worn will soon go on auction all proceeds go to my mums cancer charity! (sic)”

Not only will the homeless benefit, but so will her mom Sharon Osbourne. As she revealed, some of the proceeds will benefit her mom’s cancer program, the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Program, which provides resources and help for colon cancer patients and their families.

The cancer organization is part of the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Cedars-Sinai hospital in California. Sharon founded the program after battling colon cancer herself.

She hasn’t tweeted anymore about her clothing auction, but keep your eyes peeled if you want to own a piece of the reality star and help out a good cause.

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Allyson Koerner first found her love of writing while attending Westminster College in Pennsylvania, and that passion evolved while she was earning her Master's in Print & Multimedia Journalism at Boston's Emerson College. She's an experienced writer dabbling in all things vegan, green, entertainment and TV-related. Feel free to keep tabs on her over at Twitter: @AllysonKoerner.

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