LOOK: Dustin Lance Black, Adam Lambert And Others Get Creative For Homeless LGBT Youth
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New York's Ali Forney Center (AFC), who provides housing for homeless and runaway lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth has recently collaborated with Nasty Pig, a menswear line and an array of celebrities and activists to create, "Shred Of Hope".
"Shred of Hope" is an exclusive batch of shredded t-shirts that are designed by celebrities, to be auctioned off with proceeds going to the AFC.
Noteworthy supporters of the LGBT community participated in the project, such as fashion designer and model Isis King, Adam Lambert, author and journalist Keith Boykin, award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, Ally Sheedy, actor Alan Cumming, Bravo TV's Andy Cohen, celebrity photographer Mike Ruiz and more.
The auction takes place June 20-27 online. Nasty Pig and AFC will also host a launch party for "Shred of Hope" on June 20 at New York's Rootstein Gallery.
"Shred of Hope" participants said they were glad to be a part of the project.
“When I learned t
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