Naomi Campbell Raises Funds For Philippines Typhoon Victims

News & Views | Camille Travis | 11/13/2013 | 10:00 AM EST

The supermodel is doing her part to help support disaster relief

What's Good? Naomi Campbell!

The former supermodel is doing her part to support disaster relief in Philippines after a deadly typhoon struck land and claimed the lives of more than 10,000 people. Campbell has linked with photographer John-Paul Pietrus (who is half Filipino) to sell a limited-edition print to help victims affected by the disaster.

"I was on the Red Cross website and thought that there must be something more that I can do than a personal donation, not only to raise money but to raise awareness," Pietrus told Vogue UK.

"I immediately called Naomi to see what can be done and I suggested selling one of the images we've taken for charity. Naomi has always been passionate about helping those in crisis and I am grateful for her getting behind this initiative and coming up with a way of helping those effected by the typhoon."

The prints, priced at around $32, can be purchased at through Thursday (Nov. 14). Proceeds will benefit Red Cross' Typhoon Haiyan Appeal.

(Photo: Courtesy of John Paul Pietrus Photography)

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