Jenna Ushkowitz, known for her role as Tina Cohen-Chang on the Fox hit series GLEE, has teamed up with Closets for Causes to raise money for Oceana.

Jenna has donated several pieces from her personal closet, including dresses worn on the red carpet and even one dress worn to the first Twilight movie premiere.

Oceana is the largest international organization that focuses solely on the ocean conservative. “I’ve worked very closely with Oceana for a few years now. They are just so dedicated and work solely towards preserving our oceans which take up 71% of our earth” says Jenna about Oceana.

“Jenna’s continued support and dedication towards protecting our world’s oceans with Oceana is inspiring” said Matt Littlejohn, Vice President of Marketing and Communications. “She’s incredibly thoughtful and continues to impress us with her contributions as an Oceana advocate, fundraiser and voice for the oceans.”

The auction includes pieces from an array of designers such as BCBGMAXAZRIA, French Connection, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Rebecca Taylor.

“We are so excited to offer up such great fashions to fans of Jenna and the show GLEE.” States Closets for Causes’ founder Talia Bella, “The pieces are all young, fresh and flirty and they all support an amazing cause.”

Jenna’s auction starts on September 17 – find out more at ClosetsForCauses.com.

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