Naomi Campbell stands up to Ebola

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London: Supermodel Naomi Campbell is raising money for the Ebola crisis by organising two charity fashion shows. Campbell is organising the event through her Fashion for Relief foundation, which she established in 2005, to help raise money for the appeal to help those affected by the spread of the deadly virus, reports telegraph.co.uk. The 44-year-old will host two star-studded fashion shows -- one in London and one in New York -- to coincide with the cities's fashion weeks in February next year. Campbell, who has a home at the heart of the outbreak in Kenya -- recently admitted she was "scared" of the virus and hopes the event will help to educate the public over the crisis, which has already claimed the lives of over 1,000 people in West Africa. IANS

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