In the last year, while taking some time off from movies, Liv participant in several charities.
Here we'll try to bring some of them.




In May 2005, Liv took part in "LittleMissMatched(TM)".
The mission: to raise money for kids with cancer and other terminal illnesses. Many Hollywood celebs donated their favorite combination of "LittleMissMatched" socks and added their signature.

The socks were put for auction on eBay.

Liv's chosen socks

Liv's socks has been sold for $255 !




In November-December 2004, Liv took part in "Staples of the Stars" auction.
Liv donated a signed stapler for online auction at Staples.com, along with many other famous people. The money went to Staples Foundation for Learning.
Liv's stapler has been sold for $260 !




In November 2004, Liv was involved in a special auction benefiting UNICEF's "Go Girls" campaign, which promotes education for girls who are banned from the school system, as well as Target House, a home for cancer-ridden children and their families.

Liv designed and created 3 "Hello Kitty" products:
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Liv's Striped Bow Hello Kitty Liv's Star Bow Hello Kitty Liv's Hello Kitty Sketch

The products were auctioned over the net:
Liv's Striped Bow Hello Kitty sold for $250.11;
Liv's Star Bow Hello Kitty sold for $329.88;
Liv's Hello Kitty Sketch sold for $455.00
Great total amount of $1034.99 !




In October-November 2004, Liv took part in GuitarMania. GuitarMania is is a charity, selling arts made by famous artist and celebrities.

In this specific event Liv designed (with the help of Tatia DiChiara) a 10-foot-tall Prewitt Fiberglass guitar:

The guitar was titled: "Dude Looks Like a Lady"
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The guitar was bought in a charity event in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland, November 6th 2004. We don't know for what amount - but we bet is was a lot!



Aside from that, Liv is a National Ambassador for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF since November 2003, and even hosted UNICEF snowflake lighting ceremony in November 2003.

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