A whole bunch of British celebrities have donated their woolly hats to a new charity auction that aims to raise money for the homeless.

Charity St. Mungo’s is putting hats from famous heads belonging to Eric Clapton, Ricky Gervais, Sienna Miller, Alan Carr, Fearne Cotton, Simon Pegg, Elvis Costello, Helena Bonham Carter, Joan Collins and many more under the hammer.

St. Mungo’s is hosting Woolly Hat Day on November 4. There are so many ways you can be involved in Woolly Hat Day 2011. Whether you want to get involved through your school or college, your workplace, with a community group, or just with friends, the charity has lots of ideas to help you fundraise. Just click here to find out more.

The Hobbit star Martin Freeman was involved in last year’s Woolly Hat Day: “Homelessness should be completely unacceptable in the UK. Show your support for homeless people and the work of St Mungo’s by putting your hat on and passing it around to raise some cash for Woolly Hat Day.”

The celebrity hat auction runs from October 28 to November 6. Find out more here.

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