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British catwalk beauty Kate Moss is launching a charity T-shirt she designed especially for sick children.

Proceeds from the shirt, which is part of the model’s Topshop Summer Collection, will go to the Starlight Children's Foundation, an organization that grants wishes to terminally ill youngsters. Moss hopes the item will raise $150,000 for the Foundation to grant an additional wish to a child every week.

“Starlight offers a lot of hope to a lot of children at a difficult time in their life,” said the 34-year-old. “I was really happy to help.”

The shirt will be released in Topshop stores this Friday.

“Starlight has made a real difference to many terminally and seriously ill children,” said Topshop boss Sir Phillip Green. “Along with Kate Moss and the Topshop team, I am pleased to offer support to this important charity.”

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