Actress Sophia Bush donated items that she wore as her character Brooke Davis on the TV series One Tree Hill to Closets for Causes for a public auction benefitting www.iamthatgirl.com.

This will be the first of two auctions with Closets for Causes.

“I’m thrilled to be working with Closets For Causes to help raise awareness and funds for I am that Girl!” said Bush.

I Am That Girl helps empower girls in finding their higher sense of self worth as a platform of positive content and community.

“We are so honored to have the support of Sophia. Brooke Davis is a huge reason why she gets to influence so many girls and her influence makes people better,”says Emily Greener, co founder/executive director at I Am That Girl.

“It was a blast playing Brooke Davis, creating her clothing line on the show and empowering girls and women,” adds Ms. Bush, whose second auction will be her personal closet slated for next month in July, again on Closets For Causes.

In keeping in the tradition with Ms. Bush character Brooke Davis and her fashion empire on the show, Closets for Causes fashion blog, community and One Tree Hill fans everywhere will have chance to bid on a part of TV history while helping a cause.

“We are excited to have this opportunity to offer the fans a piece of their fave show and character and to benefit such a great cause,” states Closets for Causes founder Talia Bella. Pieces will be an array of wardrobe from the show including a Sophia Bush signed basketball which is a special piece of One Tree Hill memorabilia. Everyone who wins a garment from the closet will be entered to win the signed basketball.

To find out more, visit Closets for Causes on Facebook.

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