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Luxury 007 items auctioned off for charity

Words by Abi Scaife

The family of a former Bond actor is making a huge donation to the global children's charity, Unicef.

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Roger Moore died in 2017, after playing James Bond in seven films. Throughout his life he put together quite a collection of Bond memorabilia, as well as other expensive items.

Now his family are auctioning off 180 lots from his collection, with a part of the proceeds going to Unicef.

Why Unicef?

Moore was appointed a goodwill ambassador for Unicef (the United Nations Children’s Fund) in 1991.

The auction is set to raise thousands for charity, with suits from James Bond films predicted to be sold for tens of thousands of pounds.

The auction will take place on 4th October, and you can find more information here.

Charity check-in 

At Smiley Movement, we like to elevate the work of charities across the world. Here are three charities whose causes align with the themes in this article.

Create. Create is the UK's leading charity empowering lives, reducing isolation and enhancing wellbeing through the creative arts. Support them here.

Save The Children UK. Save the Children is a UK charity for children that works in over 100 countries to make sure children are fed, learning and treated fairly. Learn more here.

Barnardo’s. This is a children's charity that protects and supports children and young people in the UK who need them. Find out more here.

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