This Earth Month, several celebrities – including actress and mom, Constance Zimmer of “Entourage”, actress Amy Smart, actor Jesse Eisenberg, reality star Lauren Conrad, actress Emmanuelle Chriqui of “Entourage” and “iCarly’s” Nathan Kress are putting their trash on the auction block for a good cause.

These stars and more have donated remnants of life’s wild moments to the “Mess to Masterpiece Auction, Presented by Glad Black Bag” which benefits Keep America Beautiful and its mission to engage individuals to take greater responsibility for improving their community environments.

For moms, life is full of “oops moments” and that’s why Glad ForceFlex Black Bag created a campaign to celebrate those wild moments and benefit a great cause. Acclaimed artist Jason Mecier has created custom mosaic artwork from the celeb trash and items from Keep America Beautiful’s (KAB) Great American Cleanup events, the nation’s largest nationwide clean-up effort. The mosaics will be auctioned off on eBay from April 16 – 26, 2012.

The auction is inspired by Glad’s latest campaign – The Wild Life – that shows no matter how wild life gets, cleanup is in the bag. Your community can get in on the action and enter for a chance to win $25,000 and other prizes on Facebook at Facebook.com/Glad.

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