The Small Steps Project – whose mission is to deliver shoes, aid and medical care to children surviving on rubbish dumps all over the world – has announced that some of the major artists performing at Glastonbury 2013 will donate the shoes they wear on stage to a very special charity auction.

Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts, Rita Ora, The Hives, Professor Green, Example, Jake Bugg, Kate Nash, Iggy Azalea and Seasick Steve are taking the first steps, kicking off Small Steps Project’s annual celebrity shoe auction by donating the shoes they wear at the festival! And to top it off, they have Madonna's shoes too!

Small Steps Project will be screening all of it’s documentaries four times a day at the Pilton Palais Cinema Tent. And Glastonbury Festival Recycling will be donating thousands of pairs of wellington boots – parents can drop off their children’s wellies at the drop offs in The Kid’s Field. The organisation also wants to thank all the volunteer litter pickers whose hard work is raising funds for the charity.

To find out more about the Small Steps Project and the upcoming celebrity shoe auction, click here.

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