Sex and the City’s Cynthia Nixon, along with noted performers Julianne Moore, Maggie Grace, Vanessa Carleton, Chad Micheal Murray, and Mya, have donated their autographed handprints to support the Curel Skincare Wall of Helping Hands, benefiting the American Red Cross in NYC. Nixon unveiled the wall of handprints November 1st at the Time Warner Center, where it was on public display for three days afterward.
Visitors were invited to leave their own handprint addition when they gave a donation to the Red Cross. Continuing through the end of the month, the celebrity handprints are being auctioned off online (only one day left!). All of the proceeds benefit the American Red Cross. Curel Skin Care has already raised $250,000 to support the American Red Cross in its mission to help prevent, prepare and respond to emergencies, which is particularly timely considering the recent fires in California. Curel has created limited-edition bottles of Targeted Therapy Hand & Cuticle Cream that features the Red Cross symbol in honor of this campaign. Log on the www.curel.com for details.