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Valentino Raises Money for Foster Care

While sponsoring The New Yorkers for Children's 10th Annual Spring Dinner dance earlier this month, the label raised a record high of $625,000 for NYC youth in the foster case system. Several famous fans of the company came out to support the cause, including Olivia Palermo, Nicky Hilton and Crystal Renn.

Learn more about the event here and the New Yorkers for Children organization here.

Michael Kors' Watch Hunger Stop Campaign

Kors' limited-edition “Watch Hunger Stop 100 Series" watches might be based on his bestselling "Runway" style and endorsed by actress Halle Berry, but they are far more special than the standard version. For every watch sold, the United Nations Whole Food Programme will deliver 100 meals to children in need.

Learn more about the Watch Hunger Stop Campaign here.

Lauren Bush Lauren's FEED USA Collection at Target

While the model and designer's charitable FEED initiative was started to end international hunger, her upcoming line at the retail giant focuses closer to home. In addition to her trademark totes, the range (set to debut on June 30) will feature over 50 items, including apparel, stationary and sporting goods—all dedicated to providing meals to Americans in need.

Learn more about the FEED USA + Target collection here.

Leanne Mai-ly's Vegan Clothing—That Non-Vegans Love, Too!

This designer has the talent to create beautiful clothing from all kinds of materials, but her Vaute line is completely cruelty-free. Obviously vegan-friendly, the brand has attracted plenty of carnivorous fans, too, with flattering cuts and fabric of higher quality than leather, wool and fleece.

Learn more about Vaute and Leanne Mai-ly here.

Lane Crawford's Exclusive Designer Save the Children T-Shirts

To raise money for children's education across China, the luxury retailer sells an ongoing series of limited edition T-shirts created by major designers. Alexander Wang, Givenchy, Lanvin, Opening Ceremony, Stella McCartney and more have all partnered with the company in the past.

Shop the e-tailer's most current tees here and learn more about Save the Children here.

Kate Spade New York's Hand in Hand Project with Women for Women International
Starting in 2005, the two companies have worked together to foster small crafting businesses, such as embroidery, beadwork and knitting, for women in impoverished countries who might otherwise have no marketable skills. The project began in Bosnia, Herzegovina, Kosovo and Rwanda but has since expanded to Afghanistan as well.
Learn more about Women for Women International here.

Gucci's Annual Collection for UNICEF
Every year since 2005, the Italian luxury company creates a capsule line to support the children's organization. By setting aside 25 percent of sales for donations, the label has donated over $9 million in less than a decade.
Learn more about last year's flag-themed collection for UNICEF in this video here.

Fendi's Ancient Fountain Preservation
The Rome-based heritage brand is so passionate about giving back to its hometown, it offered 2.12 million euros (roughly $2.85 million) to preserve the city's historic Trevi Fountain. And that's just the start: going forward, the label also plans to put $430,000 toward restoring the Quattro Fontane, a group of Late Renaissance fountains also located in the Italian city.
Learn more about the Trevi Fountain's history here.

Donna Karan and Urban Zen
When the eponymous designer behind Donna Karan New York and DKNY isn't creating collections, she raises awareness for important issues through her Urban Zen charity. Her latest project is a collaboration with the organization, the CFDA and eBay called "Fashion for Haiti: One Million Hearts." The ongoing endeavors and philosophy behind the brand will continue to raise money for the impoverished country by auctioning paper maché hearts decorated by her high-profile colleagues, including Ralph Lauren, Vera Wang and Oscar de la Renta.
Bid on your own here and learn more about Urban Zen here.

Stella McCartney and...Every Charity, Ever

Okay, so maybe that's a teensy exaggeration. But the label's vegan founder does regularly donate to a ton of organizations, and not all of them are animal-related. In fact, she supports so many causes that there's an entire page on her brand's website devoted to ways of doing good.

Learn more about Stella's favorite charities here.