martes, 29 de noviembre de 2016
BID ON RINGO'S GLASSES FOR CHARITY
From famous faces to yours
Bid to win your favourite celebrity specs on eBay. Bidding is open until Monday 5 December 2016.
Specs Appeal gives you the chance to own a pair of glasses donated by some of the most famous faces around, from Daniel Radcliffe, David Walliams, Emma Watson, Ringo Starr and Rita Ora, to Stephen Fry, Chris Froome, Kate Moss, will.i.am, Meryl Streep and many more.
Thanks to the generous celebrity donations we have more than 120 pairs of specs up for grabs.
(Auction ends 12 midday PST, 3pm EST and 8pm GMT)
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The money raised through Specs Appeal will help us continue our work in places like Uganda, where your donations have helped saved the sight of many young children, including six-year-old Criscent.
Follow Criscent’s story here
Criscent getting tested for his new specs
As worn by Ringo Starr - Daniel Hunter for Rem vintage 80's glasses
Current bid:US $365.00
100 % of the sale of this item will benefit Sightsavers International, Inc.
Sightsavers works to eliminate avoidable blindness and promote inclusion for people with disabilities in 30 of the world's poorest countries. www.sightsaversusa.org
As worn by Ringo Starr - Daniel Hunter for Rem vintage 80s glasses
Bid for a once in a lifetime chance to get a pair of Ringo Starr's glasses. These 1980s Daniel Hunter 145'2 glasses are no longer available to buy. They have classic red frames and tinted red lenses. Once owned by and worn Ringo Starr!
An ideal gift for fans of Ringo and world famous band The Beatles, these glasses include a rare signed case.
Comes with an exclusive signed message from Ringo which reads: "I'm supporting Specs Appeal because...I can + I want to HELP. Peace and Love. Ringo".
Ringo Starr is famously known as one of the Beatles. With nine Grammys and a countless number ones he is one of the biggest pop and rock stars of the last 50 years.
All profits from the auction will go to Sightsavers, an international development charity working in more than 30 countries to eliminate avoidable blindness and promote equality for people with disabilities.