Daft Punk, Naomi Campbell, Cat Power Offer Goods to Help Haiti

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Just because there are some shady allegations about Wyclef Jean's Yele Haiti foundation doesn't mean all celeb-assisted Haiti-relief efforts aren't to be trusted. And just because the devastation in the nearby nation has been out of the news recently doesn't mean you should stop giving.

Crafts for a Cause has set up an online auction of exclusive, personalized indie-ish celeb memorabilia, with all proceeds going toward Artists for Justice and Peace's Haiti fund.

Among the big-ticket items are these signed Daft Punk Kubrick dolls (currently going for $1,900), the guitar that Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste learned to play on ($1,075), and the chance to have a song produced by none other than Mark Ronson ($1,750).

Don't have a few grand on your hands?

There's still the chance to get some original art by part-time Miami resident Chan Marshall, AKA Cat Power; a personalized Vampire Weekend gym bag; or a one-of-a-kind wallet from the Strokes.

Are you a bigger fan of rocking designer clothes than rocking indie? Well, noted humanitarian Naomi Campbell has teamed up with Net-A-Porter to offer items from her Fashion for Relief runway event, with all proceeds going to help mothers and children in Haiti through the White Ribbon Alliance.

The sale has tons of dresses, perfect to wear to your next charity gala, from the likes of Lanvin, Dior, Carolina Herrera, Derek Lam, Proenza Schouler, and others.

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