Matt Damon and some fellow celebrities make donation of used baby items to Johnson's Celebrity Hand-Me-Down Auction, begins April 29 and ends May 9.
Doing good deed for others is their intention. Matt Damon and some fellow celebrities are cashing in on their fame, donating their used baby items to Johnson's Celebrity Hand-Me-Down Auction. The cause, which will be kicked off on April 29 and ended on May 9, will benefit such charities as March of Dimes, Save the Children, Zero to Three and Baby Buggy.
The celebrity baby items which are being auctioned off at Johnson's Celebrity Hand-Me-Down Auction, at ebay.com/celebritymoms, among others include diaper bag, beachwood high chair, car seat, Adidas track suit outfit, and baby products. "It is important to pass certain things on from one generation to the next," said Elisabeth Hasselbeck who's among the famous parents donate their used baby items to the online auction. "I still have a children's bracelet that my mother gave to me, which I will pass on to my daughter one day. There is something priceless about having certain things around you which tell a story."
Some other celebrities who donate their used baby items among others are Julianne Moore, Mariska Hargitay, Jeri Ryan, and Elisabeth Rohm.
Damon and his wife Luciana Bozan Barroso are expecting their second child together. A representative for the actor confirmed the good news early last month. The couple are parents to daughter Isabella in addition to Luciana's daughter Alexia from her previous marriage.