This year a record breaking 100 “kind soled” A-listers have given up their footwear for the Small Steps Project Celebrity Shoe Auction.

Fans can follow in the footsteps of their favourite stars by bidding for their signed shoes and all for a good cause.

Benedict Cumberbatch, Kate Moss, Allison Janney, Vivienne Westwood, Chris Martin, Dr. Dre, Rita Ora, Orlando Bloom, Rachel McAdams, will.i.am, Lewis Hamilton and Eminem are just a handful of the stars taking part.

The auction is live online from 1st – 11th November 2018 – smallstepsproject.org/online-auction-2018.

All auction proceeds go directly to supporting waste-picker children forced through extreme poverty to scavenge from landfills. Small Steps Project provide them with shoes, food and medicine. And help build future lives away from scavenging on landfill.

Last year’s auction raised £52,000 with Emma Watson’s Tabitha Simmons boots raising an eye watering £6,000, and this year Small Steps Project are aiming much higher. They’ve helped 10,000 people in under ten years and aim to double that in the next five.

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