Made in Chelsea Girls join Olivia Inge and Sophie Anderton to auction clothes for charity (and Pippa helps out too)

Made in Chelsea Girls join Olivia Inge and Sophie Anderton to auction clothes for charity (and Pippa helps out too)

Made in Chelsea's Caggie Dunlop, Millie Macintosh, Rosie Fortescue and Amber Atherton have joined models Olivia Inge, Noelle Reno and Sophie Anderton, rock chick Lois Winstone and Britain's Next Top Model winner Jade Thompson in pledging to raise money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

The girls have chosen an item of clothing from their wardrobes which they will auction via designer resale website Fashionbloodhound.com to raising money for Too Many Women.

The item will go to the highest bidder and all proceeds will go directly to the not-for-profit organisation, which donates everything to the cancer charity.

Made in Chelsea star Caggie Dunlop

Bracelet and clutch

Made in Chelsea star Caggie Dunlop has donated
her jewelled Kenneth Jay Lane cuff, on the site with a guide price of
80, and mini clutch bag by Angel Jackson, with a guide price of 40, to the cause

Millie Mackintosh

Necklace

Millie Mackintosh has put her House of Harlow necklace up for auction, currently under offer at 35

The fashion site is just one of many organisations to join the charity concept founded by Harry Becher, who set up the charity Too Many Women two years ago after his mother passed away in 2008 following a battle with breast cancer.

At its genesis, Too Many Women appointed 201 'ambassadors' – including such well-known names as Poppy Delevingne and Pippa Middleton – who then chose nine other people to join their cause.

All of the resulting 200 groups of 10 people pledged to raise 500 per person – making 1m total.

Thanks to their efforts, Too Many Women have raised a total of 1,030,452 for Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

Amber Atherton

Dress

Offers are currently at just 5 for Amber Atherton's Sass & Bide dress

Rosie Fortescue's T-Bags dress, blue, size small, is on the site with a sugested price of 17

Dress

Rosie Fortescue's T-Bags dress, blue, size small, has drawn bids reaching 17

This latest campaign with fashionbloodhound.com is part of Too Many Women's ongoing efforts to raise funds.

A spokesman for Too Many Women said: 'Last year we asked 201 people to become Ambassadors of our campaign and
raise 500 each.

'They then asked nine of their good friends to do the
same. Since then Too Many Women has grown into an amazing network of
individuals raising money all over the country and even overseas.

'Anyone
is welcome to join, whether as an Ambassador or as part of a team, or
in any way you can.

'We would love your support, however big or however
small, in helping us to reach our phenomenal 1million target.

Visit fashionbloodhound and toomanywomen.co.uk for more information.

Lois Winstone

Dress

Lois Winstone's Dolce & Gabbana leopard dress is currently under offer at just 50

Britain's Next Top Model's Jade Thompson

Jade's scarf

Britain's Next Top Model's Jade Thompson has given her Falguni & Shane peacock scarf to the cause – and fans can snap it up on fashionbloodhound for a guide price of 50

Noelle Reno

Noelle Reno's dress

Noelle Reno's vintage dress is currently a snip at just 3, though prices are likely to shoot up as the auction unfolds

Violet Budd is to sell her dress on Fashionbloodhound.com

Dress

Lauren Budd's Olivia Rubin paint-splash Opie dress was a 'staple' in her wardrobe – and is now set to become someone else's staple, under offer at 50

Sophie Anderton

Sophie Anderton's dress

Sophie Anderton'a Beulah Tigris dress is still available for the bargain price of 5 – more offers needed!

Fashionbloodhound is one of the organisations pledging to help too Many Women raise more than a million for Breakthrough Breast Cancer

Fashionbloodhound is one of the organisations pledging to help too Many Women raise more than a million for Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Fashionbloodhound can also sell any unwanted pieces for Daily Mail readers. Visit the sell page at fashionbloodhound.com/sell or email [email protected]