Kim Kardashian is one of a group of celebrities selling her jeans for charity.

Baby & Tween Celebration LA and Jeans Bring Dreams are offering celebrity signed jeans at auction on charityfolks.com, and live during Baby & Tween Celebration LA April 25th-26th, 2009.

Each year, Baby & Tween Celebration LA, the exclusive expo event for hip moms, trendy tots and totally cool tweens, partners with charitable organizations who strive to improve the lives of children. With an exciting schedule of celebrity appearances and performances set for Baby & Tween Celebration LA this year, Jeans Bring Dreams mission of auctioning celebrity signed jeans for Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA was a great fit.

Celebrities who have lent their signatures along with a brief statement of their dreams for 2009 on a pair of jeans include: Kim Kardashian, Tracy Hutson, Barry Watson, Shenae Grimes, Aria Wallace, Austin Anderson, Keli Price, The Stunners, Rachel Sibner, Esteban Powell, Nicholas Braun, Patricia Kara, Damien Wayans, Kristina Apgar, Blake Michael, Ashley Newbrough, Francia Raisa, Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Rob Pinkston, India Eisley, Allie DiMeco, Chelsea Staub, Simon Curtis, Dominic Scott Kay, Amy Rider and Brian Krause.

With a line-up of hot celebrity actors and musical performers attending the Celebration April 25th-26th, Baby & Tween Celebration LA was pleased to have many teen stars participate in Jeans Bring Dreams, and hopes that tweens everywhere will see the importance of charitable giving.

To access the auction, click here.

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