Whatever It Takes is to hold a massive sale in Qatar next week featuring a huge amount of celebrity-designed items.

The items include t-shirts, computer accessories, stationary, watches, plates, and alarm clocks, wallets, and bags featuring artwork donated by such celebrities as Snoop Dogg, Giorgio Armani, Heidi Klum, Coldplay, Kanye West, Nicole Kidman, Foo Fighters, Donna Karan, Samuel L. Jackson, Stella McCartney and George Clooney.


Each purchase makes a direct humanitarian impact on the lives of children in South Africa. By working with our partners – Trade plus Aid South Africa, Twilight Children in Hillbrow, FLOC – For the Love Of Children, Trauma Unit – Cleveland Police Station, Cleveland / Denver Informal Settlement, and Ekukhanyeni Combined School – we provide life sustaining meals, blankets, educational supplies, medical care and other social services.


Whatever It Takes encourages a generation of leaders to step forward and take ownership of a charitable cause, through the Whatever It Takes campaign. More than 600 celebrities or leaders in their field who have been officially invited to become a Whatever It Takes Leader. As an ambassador they create an original piece of art expressing their symbol of hope, handwritten message of hope, and signed self-portrait. This artwork is then designed into a variety of environmentally sustainable lifestyle products, created by producers who are working towards the Whatever It Takes ethical policy. The products are then sold to raise funds through 4000 prestigious retail partners globally such as Harrods, Selfridges, Bloomingdales, Macy’s, Lane Crawford, David Jones and Harvey Nichols amongst others.

Whatever It Takes celebrity artwork merchandise is for sale at this one day holiday shopping extravaganza on December 18 at the W Doha East Bay Room in Qatar from 11:00am – 4:00pm. This is a great way to do your holiday shopping and make a real difference in the lives of children. Gifts start at 25 QR and each purchase allows the organization’s team on the ground in South Africa to purchase meals for HIV/AIDS orphans. Find out more on Facebook (www.facebook.com/whateverittakesexperience) or the Whatever It Takes Experience Website (www.doha.whateverittakes.org).

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