Ashley Greene, Justin Long, Ellen DeGeneres, Taylor Swift, Adam Labert, Kellan Lutz, AnnaLynne McCord, Nina Dobrev and other celebrities helped Aeropostale and DoSomething.org have the most successful Jeans Drive since inception.
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Aéropostale and DoSomething.org have come together to not only raise awareness
about teen homelessness but to get teens all over the U.S. and Canada making a
difference! Donate your gently worn jeans (all brands!) to any Aéropostale store in
the U.S. and Canada. Aéropostale and DoSomething.org have announced that they
will match the first 100,000 pairs of jeans donated with brand new jeans delivered
to the victims of the Haiti earthquake!
Join Twilight: New Moon star Ashley Greene, Justin Long and others for Aeropostale and DoSomething.org's 3rd Annual Teens for Jeans Campaign.
Donate your jeans at any Aeropostale store from January 19 - Feburary 14 and get an additional 25% off your next pair of jeans. Donated jeans will go to homeless teens across North America. For more information visit aeropostale.com.
Ashley Greene ("Alice Cullen" in The Twilight Saga: New
Moon and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) is asking you to donate your
jeans to charity.
Greene, who served as MTV's "Fashion Correspondent" at the 2009
Video Music Awards, has been a champion of clothing charities for
quite some time.
Originally, she worked to campaign forDonateMyDress.org, and,
now, she has worked with Justin Long to promote "Teens for Jeans"
(hosted in partnership withDoSomething.org).
Ashley Greene checks out a pair of jeans that Justin Long holds up in this new PSA for Do Something’s Teens for Jeans Campaign.
The campaign, spearheaded by NYC-based teen retailer Aéropostale, raises awareness about youth homelessness by inspiring teens across the US and Canada to collect gently-used jeans and donate them to homeless youth right in their own communities.
Check out these funny outtakes from Ashley Greene and Justin Long’s most recent Teens for Jeans PSA for DoSomething.org and Aeropostale!
The campaign, which kicked off January 19 and ends February 14, is on track to receive a record number of donated jeans for homeless youth and those affected by the Haiti disaster.
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Teens for Jeans is a donation campaign that DoSomething.org and retailer Aeropostale sponsor every year to help homeless youth throughout the United States and Canada. Last year, Chace Crawford was the spokesperson for the jeans drive, this year, Ashley Greene and Justin Long get involved.
What’s better for the environment than buying secondhand clothes? Giving away your secondhand clothes to a great cause!
Justin Long and Ashley Greene have teamed up with DoSomething.org and Aéropostale to help launch the third annual Teens for Jeans drive — a campaign that provides gently used jeans to homeless shelters across America.
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