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Shailene Woodley is an on-screen teenage mother, fighter of hunger and poverty, and now a contributor to help those affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

Hosted by Teen Vogue and sponsored by Express, YMI, and Element, the Declare Your Denim event held in Times Square on July 28 brought together do-gooders and celebrities to address the victims of the oil spill. Fashion Delivers, a charitable foundation for victims of disasters collected denim with Teen Vogue, whose August issue with cover stars Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas is aptly named the Denim Issue.

With the Mount Sinai cheerleaders pumping up the inner giving spirit in everyone, Shailene Woodley, who is a 2010 Teen Choice Awards nominee, and Teen Vogue Editor-in-Chief Amy Astley spoke on behalf of the event, noting that New York City Mayor Bloomberg declared July 28 Teen Vogue Declare Your Denim Day.

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