Catherine Zeta-Jones auctions shoes for missing child search
Press Trust of India
December 03, 2012 17:36 IST
Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones and singer Bonnie Tyler have helped pull in $6,400 to boost an ongoing search for a girl who vanished in Wales.
The Mask of Zorro star donated a pair of gold high heels to be auctioned off for the April's Fund campaign, which was started to help find five-year-old schoolgirl April Jones, who has been missing since October, reported Daily Star.
The autographed sandals pulled in $ 656 when they went under the hammer in Zeta-Jones' hometown of MAChynlleth, Powys on Friday.
Tyler also pitched in by handing over a diamante-studded denim jacket.
"It was great to get everybody together in the town for the evening. We are very pleased with how it all went. We
raised plenty of money for April's Fund - and that was what it was all about," said Karen Evans, one of the charity auction organisers.