The Small Steps Project Celebrity Shoe Auction is on now – all of the celebrity shoes are available to bid on now until the 15th December on eBay

Shoes have been donated from celebrities all around the world and they are up for grabs on eBay. One lucky bidder could be the proud owner of Kate Winslet's YSL heels or Rafael Nadal's winning Wimbledon trainers or even the shoes that Professor Green, The Rolling Stones and Rita Ora wore at Glastonbury 2013. Someone could be going to their christmas party wearing the shoes that Madonna wore on her MDNA tour or Vivienne Westwood's clompers that have walked on haute couture catwalks of the world or Taylor Swift's Keds that she wore on her 2013 Red Tour.

All the funds raised from the auction will go to Small Steps Project, the UK charity which delivers shoes, emergency aid and sustainable solutions to children surviving from scavenging on rubbish dumps. SSP helps these children take small steps off the dumps and into education, breaking the cycle of poverty, in which they are trapped.

Other stars who have donated shoes include Kylie Minogue, Brian May, Chris Martin, Elton John, Eminem, Florence Welch, Jessie J, Madonna, Mark Ronson, Mick Jagger, Nicole Scherzinger, Ben Stiller, Daniel Radcliffe, Ewan McGregor, George Clooney, Sigourney Weaver, Andre Agassi, Andy Murray, Naomi Campbell, John Cleese, Ricky Gervais, Sir Ranulph Fiennes and many more.

100% of the proceeds go to Small Steps Project’s mission to support children around the world who live on rubbish dumps and survive from scavenging.

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