A huge number of stars are giving back to Singapore as part of the Sands For Singapore Festival auction.

As the hotspot for international stars and sports celebrities, Marina Bay Sands has inspired these celebrities to contribute a personal item of their own to be auctioned off during the Sands for Singapore Festival. Whether they were there as a VIP guest, a special movie premiere or a store opening, these generous celebrities have a left a bit of themselves right here in Singapore, joining the integrated resort in giving back to Singapore.

Proceeds from the auction will go to the Budding Times Budding Artist Fund – which helps underprivileged children develop their talents in music, dance, theatre and the visual arts – as well as the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund, which gives a monthly stipend to students from low-income homes to help them with school-related expenses.

Among the items up for auction are soccer boots signed by David Beckham, a Rio Ferdinand signed jersey, items from Victoria Beckham and Eva Longoria, a silk scarf signed by Jackie Chan, a CD signed by Engelbert Humperdinck, and much more.

The auction is open until August 1, and can be accessed here.

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