Christy Turlington Burns is giving you the chance to win signed t-shirts, CDs, DVDs and even a personal conversation via Skype – all you have to do is donate to her charity, Every Mother Counts.

“Please support Every Mother Counts as we work to build a clinic for mothers in need in Indonesia this holiday season!” Christy writes on her Crowdrise page. “Thanks to Mozilla Firefox and CrowdRise, we’re entering a competition and if our charity raises the most, Mozilla Firefox will contribute $25,000!”

Mozilla Firefox has donated $5,000 to a whole bunch of celebrity-endorsed charities, and the charity that raises the most by January 11 will be awarded $25,000.

“If you give $16, you’ll be entered to win an EMC tee signed by me,” writes Christy. "Or, you could give $17 for a chance to win a signed CD or $23 for a chance to win a signed DVD.

“Plus, I’m going to do a live chat with someone over Skype. Give or raise $21 and you’ll be entered to win.”

Other celebs and charities taking part in the challenge include Jason Bateman for City Year, Sophia Bush for F Cancer, Zooey Deschanel for the Innocence Project, Paul Rudd for the Rolling Dog Farm, Barbra Streisand for the Women’s Heart Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Edward Norton for the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust, Will Ferrell for Cancer For College, David Blaine for charity:water, Seth Rogen for The Alzheimer's Association, Jonah Hill for Nothing But Nets and many more.

For a full list of charities taking part in the Mozilla Firefox Challenge, and more information, click here.

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