Celebrity supporters from film, television, music, sports and design create colorful handprints with Valspar Paint for auction to benefit Habitat For Humanity’s Disaster Response Programs
Actress Lea Michele today joined Valspar Paint® and Habitat for Humanity in unveiling Valspar Hands for Habitat. Now in its second year, the program auctions the colorful handprints of celebrities and notable personalities, created using Valspar Paint. Money raised from the auction benefits Habitat for Humanity’s disaster response programs, which provide immediate and long-term response and solutions to natural disasters such as the recent tornados in the Midwest and Southeast which damaged and destroyed the homes of thousands.
“I am honored to be partnering with Valspar Paint and Habitat for Humanity to help support those who need our support following natural disasters to get on the pathway to recovery,” said Valspar Hands for Habitat ambassador Lea Michele. “Everyone deserves a safe and secure place to live and it’s a great feeling to know that through Valspar Hands for Habitat, we are bringing hope and comfort to families in need.”
Lea Michele is in good company. Along with the actress, other notable names who have donated their handprints for the Valspar Hands for Habitat auction initiative include: Angela Bassett, Kelly Bensimon, Nate Berkus, Tory Burch, Andy Cohen, Lauren Conrad, Genevieve Gorder, Kristen Johnston, Sandra Lee, Sierra McCormick, Mary McDonald, Jillian Michaels, Hilary Rhoda, Joan Rivers, Melissa Rivers, Cynthia Rowley, Susan Sarandon, Jamie Lynn Sigler, Taylor Spreitler, Ivanka Trump, Kerry Wood and many more.
To place a bid, visit Charitybuzz.com/valsparhandsforhabitat2012!