Kristen Bell & Society For The Prevention Of Teen Suicide Team Up, Because There's Nothing Better Than Fashion For A Cause

I don’t think anyone would argue with the fact that the star of Veronica Mars is the coolest lady around, but even the haters wouldn’t disagree after hearing that Kristen Bell partnered with the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide to design a t-shirt that raises money for the charity. Pretty amazing, right?

The t-shirt reads, “You are not alone” in an effort to remind teens that they aren’t ever dealing with depression or suicidal thoughts all by themselves. The message is especially beautiful, and what makes the collab even better is that all of the proceeds go back to SPTS. A t-shirt will only cost you $24.99, so there’s no reason not to get one for like every person you know.

This isn’t the first time Bell’s designed something for a charity, and she’s also not the only celeb who's collaborated with charitable organizations, either. Thank goodness for that, am I right? See more of the actress’ charity work and other celebs who are bringing you fashion for a cause (which is the best kind, if you ask me). From Beyoncé to Pippa Middleton, you won’t be disappointed with these five other charitable efforts, and you’ll want to add all of them to your closet!

Such a powerful message!

You Are Not Alone Charity Tee

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1. Beyoncé

The singer created this "BeyGOOD" tee to support pediatric care in Haiti.

2. Emma Watson

Emma Watson's HeForShe charity has t-shirts and more to support gender equality.

3. Kristen Bell

In yet another charitable effort, Bell teamed up with This Bar Saves Lives and Apolis to create a bag that with every purchase, provides a malaria treatment to someone in need.

4. 3Baguette Project

Celebs like Sarah Jessica Parker, Rihanna, Jourdan Dunn, and more teamed with Fendi to design bags that went to various charities, including The Brain Trauma Foundation.

5. Pippa Middleton

Pippa Middleton designed a dress and a scarf to raise money for the British Heart Association.

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