The We Promise Foundation is proud to announce our 4th Annual Red Carpet Celebrity Handbag Auction.

This premier event begins June 9, 2013 at 9PM EST with 7-day auctions ending June 16, 2013. The We Promise Foundation is delighted to offer one-of-a-kind handbags and accessories donated by celebrities, supporters and the finest design houses.

The auction features items from some top design houses and bags from a few celebrities such as Four-time Best Actress Emmy Award Winner, Michael Learned and American Idol Season Six favorite, Melinda Doolitte.

Michael Learned, best known for role as Olivia Walton on the television series “The Waltons”, graciously donated a luxurious Salvatore Ferragamo bag. This classic winter white leather tote bag includes a flap turn lock closure and gold-tone hardware. It features two flap exterior pockets along with one accessory pocket, one cell phone pocket, and one zippered pocket within the bag. In addition to the elegant Ferragamo signature lining, the bag includes protective feet at the base to keep this bag looking spectacular for years to come. This is a gently used bag and has just a small mark on a bottom corner.

Melinda Doolittle, who became a household name on season six of American Idol, has generously donated one of her “favorite bags” from Urban Expressions. This bag is vegan and eco-friendly. It is marbled brown and black bag and includes a detachable shoulder strap to help carry any items placed in the large and roomy main pocket.

We Promise Benefits children in our member communities who are battling life-threatening and degenerative diseases. They provide grants for such organizations as Make-A-Wish, Toby’s Dream Foundation, and the Roc Solid Foundation. In the past they’ve had celebs such as Lea Michele donate items for their cause.

Bidding for each item started at $0.99. To access the auction and find out more, click here.

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