James McAvoy is selling the t-shirt he wore at the Academy Awards to raise funds for a charity organization that provides support for childhood cancer patients and their families.
The white shirt was autographed by the likes of Brie Larson, Taylor Swift, Charlize Theron, Frances McDormand, Amy Adams, Samuel L. Jackson, Hellen Mirren and Sophie Turner.
The thirty-nine-year-old actor said that the idea to get the shirt signed came after finding a marker on the ground at the awards ceremony and more than 20 stars forced it with their signatures and in some cases, graffiti of their choice. The shirt also bears the signature of McAvoy.
It is for sale to the highest bidder in Prizeo as a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House in New York. Fans can enter the competition to win the jersey with a minimum donation of 10 USD.
"When I found a Sharpie lying on the floor, I simply asked people to completely deface my beautiful white shirt." Sure, it was an idea infused and infused by alcohol, but now I can put it on the auction and raise money for an organization that means a lot to me! ", wrote McAvoy on Instagram.
"I'll take this amazing t-shirt to help @rmhnewyork: it's an amazing charity that helps host and feed children and their families while they fight cancer – for just $ 10 or pounds or whatever your currency is, you can have the chance to win this shirt or some big secondary prizes and help some nice families, "he wrote in another post.
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