Jenny McCarthy and ShoeDazzle go 'Fearless' for charity
The actress/author/mother/funny-lady is designing a sexy black pump for the company's "Celebrity Shoe Design Program for Charity," which will benefit Generation Rescue. The mother of an autistic child herself, McCarthy opted to support an organization which is dedicated to providing guidance and support for medical treatment to children with autism spectrum discarders. The shoe will go on sale April 21 in honor of Autism Awareness Month.
McCarthy joins the likes of Mel B, Kristen Bell and Kristin Chenoweth, who have all previously designed shoes for the line.
The heel is covered in spikes and appropriately called "Fearless."
"We all need to be fearless in our lives -- whether it's standing up for a meaningful cause or just being bold in our fashion choices," McCarthy says. "I really enjoyed partnering with ShoeDazzle to create this fun, 'Fearless' pump, and I think its 'Celebrity Shoe Design Program for Charity' is a very creative way to raise funds for charity."
If you want to support a great cause, new customers signing up with ShoeDazzle can use the code "JENNY," and the company will make an additional $5 donation to Generation Rescue between April 1 and May 10th. 100% of the profits from "Fearless" sales will be donated as well.