Olly Murs has donated a pair of Givenchy shoes he wore on his 2017 UK arena tour to the Small Steps Project charity to be auctioned off.
Olly Murs is auctioning off a pair of his stage shoes to raise money for the Small Steps Project charity.
The 'Unpredictable' hitmaker has donated a pair of canvas trainers that he wore on his 2017 UK arena tour to be sold on the organisation's website.
Olly is one of a number of celebrities to donate a signed pair of shoes to the charity, including Sia, Lorde, Coldplay's Chris Martin and Michael Caine, and he hopes his footwear will go for a lot of money for the Small Steps Project.
The former 'X Factor' star - who also donated some of his footwear in 2016 - said: ''These are the designer stage shoes I wore for my arena tour earlier this year. I did a lot of dancing in them for two months and absolutely loved them! I hope that the money raised will go a small way towards a very worthwhile cause and charity.
''I have donated my shoes to the Small Steps project because it is such a fantastic charity - I really hope that they raise lots of money to really make a difference to children's lives!''
A description of Olly's listing on the Smallstepsproject.org website reads: ''Olly kindly donated a pair of shoes last year, and this year he is collaborating again with a pair of black and red Givenchy, leather, elastic shoes in a UK size 8.5/9 that he wore during his arena tour in early 2017. The shoes are also both signed on the front.''
Bidding on all the celebrities' shoes ends on 21 November and the top bid for Olly's designer footwear currently stands at £98.
The Small Steps Project is a UK charity that aims to provide emergency aid, shoes and food to children and communities living on municipal rubbish dumps around the world as well as support for children to take steps into education and adults into employment.
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