Kim Kardashian Selling Clothes To Help Typhoon Victims, But Reportedly Donating Just 10% Of Proceeds To Charity


Celebrity Kim Kardashian is putting up some of her clothes on eBay to help victims of Typhoon Haiyan, but apparently only 10 percent of proceeds will go to the non-profit organization International Medical Corps.

Kardashian has launched an eBay sale of her clothes and accessories, but Mail Online reports that rather than donate the entire proceeds of the sale to non-profit organization International Medical Corps, the multi-millionaire is only giving 10 percent to the charity, according to the eBay posting.

With the start of the sale, Kardashian tweeted a link to her personal site where she had written a letter.

CTV News reports that the letter read as follows:

"Hi guys, this is a very special auction because a portion of the proceeds of my eBay auction are going to International Medical Corps, a nonprofit organization that provides critical health services on remote islands where families are struggling to access medical care and basic resources like food, clean drinking water and vital medications.

"The proceeds will go directly to the communities they're serving in the Philippines and will help typhoon survivors get access to medical care and ultimately save lives.

"My prayers and thoughts are with those affected by the typhoon. Check out my eBay auction here and support those who need our help in the Philippines. Xo"

Some of the clothing items are accompanied by photographs of Kardashian posing in the outfits on red carpets and at events.

The Huffington Post notes that it is unclear where the other 90 percent of the money is going.

Sources: Mail Online, CTV News, Huffington Post


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