Wednesday, August 15, 2012
One Tree Hill Alumni Donates Shoes to Shoe Revolt
Beginning Monday, August 20th, 2012 Shoe Revolt will be holding another celebrity shoe auction with proceeds benefiting victims of Human Trafficking. Earlier this year One Tree Hill alumni Kate Voegele and Elisabeth Harnois took their shoes off for our auction. We now have the pleasure of auctioning shoes donated by Bethany Joy Lenz
and James Lafferty
. Considering their long time on-screen relationship as One Tree Hill's Nathan Scott and Haley James we couldn't help but auction their shoes together.
Bethany Joy Lenz is a singer/songwriter, actress & writer that has teamed up with Seychelle shoes to donate an autographed pair of wedges by BC Footwear to Shoe Revolt. She was recently photographed at the Matt Leinart Charity Bowling Event
in which she wore the identical wedges. Bethany is a huge advocate for Human Trafficking and has been working with organizations like Love146 for years. Her dedication to the fight against Human Trafficking is inspiring and Shoe Revolt is so pleased that she has extended her generosity to our cause.
James Lafferty's fans know firsthand that he has a huge heart for giving. For 4 years James hosted the annual One Tree Hill Charity Basket Ball Event
to raise money for various charities in and around Wilmington, North Carolina where his show was being filmed. James has selected and autographed a pair of Classic TOMS to help Shoe Revolt take a stand against Human Trafficking.
Shoe Revolt is incredibly grateful for donations from both Lafferty and Lenz. The funds generated from the sale will provide much-needed support for programs in the United States that assist survivors of the commercial sex trade. Most victims are women and children, and once rescued, they have nowhere to turn to gain the necessary resources for survival. Donations like Bethany and James' allows Shoe Revolt to continue supporting programs for survivors to ensure that they remain safe.
To bid on Bethany or James' Shoes before someone else snatches them up, visit us on Twitter or Facebook for auction details.
Miranda Kirkpatrick, Board of Directors