The Scottish actor is auctioning off his Oscars shirt signed by dozens of A-listers for charity
…And the most creative Oscars outfit goes to Split star James McAvoy, who, after finding a red Sharpie marker backstage at the Academy Awards, went around asking various A-listers to sign their autographs on his shirt throughout the night, until it was fully loaded with signatures.
Now the priceless button-down, which was signed by dozens of celebs like Charlize Theron, Joe Jonas, Kerry Washington and Jason Momoa is up for auction via a Prizeo sweepstakes, with proceeds going to benefit Ronald McDonald House New York, a charity that provides temporary housing and support for pediatric cancer patients and their families.
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The Scottish star, 39, has long been a supporter of the foundation.
“James has been a strong supporter of the House for several years through our relationship with MDC Productions and we are so appreciative of his generosity of time that he has given to the families of Ronald McDonald House New York who have a child fighting pediatric cancer,” Ruth Browne, CEO & President of Ronald McDonald House New York said in a statement.
“James has personally gone above and beyond to make this incredible sweepstakes initiative come to life and we are so grateful to be the chosen recipient.”
Fans eager for a chance to win the shirt simply need to donate $10 to Ronald McDonald House New York at Prizeo.com/JamesMcAvoy. The campaign will run until May 16.