Weeks has passed since the Nepal Earthquake, still the devastation caused shocked the world. Celebrities rally around to support the British Red Cross’ Nepal Shop Drop to help raise funds for the earthquake victim – just donate unwanted clothes.
The people can help boost funds by dropping off unwanted clothes and goods to Red Cross charity shops across UK.
Celebrities and public figures are joining in with the campaign.
Actor James McAvoy said: “Many of us here in the UK, including myself, have been moved by the images of devastation coming from Nepal. The people there have had their lives, homes and livelihoods torn apart.
“More money is needed to help families and communities to get through the next few weeks and months, recovering and rebuilding their lives.”
Other celebrities are also back #ShopDrop in Twitter including Simon Pegg, Singer Conor Maynard and Laura Whitmore.
Victoria Wood, famous actor and comedian, pledged to clear out her wardrobe. “I’ve been a fictional Red Cross shop worker myself in the film Housewife 49. I played Nella Last, a real life Red Cross volunteer who ran a shop in wartime – so I know how valuable these donations have been for more than 70 years.” Wood said, “This week is Red Cross Week, so let’s make it really count. Please dig out any unwanted stuff and drop it at your local shop. With your help, we can tackle the crisis in Nepal.”
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