Hayden Panettiere's Charity T-shirts

08/28/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

Splash News Online; National Photo Group

Hayden might be the youngest hero on screen, but her world-saving attitude clearly extends far behing her TV role. Stepping out for coffee on two recent occasions in L.A. the actress showed her support to Invisible Children, a non-profit charity that brings education and awareness to children in war torn countries. Hayden, who just recently celebrated her 18th birthday, has two T-shirts that benefit the children’s charity. Click here for her cream gun camera Invisible Children shirt, $20, and for the indigo peace dove top, $20, click here.

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Normandy on

Thank you for posting this on your website. I have been looking for a program that sends teachers into war torn areas. Thanks to Hayden and her cute tee, I found one that I am willing to work for.

Jenna on

I’m totally jealous of everything Hayden wears. Even if it’s charity shirts. I love all her clothes!

Mandy on

I love the way she expresses herself!

jen on

jenna.. what do you mean ‘even if it’s charity shirts’

invisible children is such an amazing cause! what they do is great. im just glad she is getting publicity for IC. i hear she is really nice also, so bonus cool points for her.

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sunburned on

Wow, she really is a “hero” on and off-cam! I think it’s great.

~*ShOrTi3*~ on

They both look pretty!!!!!!!! Gurlz keep rockin ur charity shirts!!!

Bryce on

i think that was cool of her to wear and buy those shirts!
my class has been learning about all the poor kids over there! we watched the video in class.
so now my class/school is doing schools for schools.
maybe your school should do it too!

go check it out a invisiblechildern.com

ashlee on

she gets points in my book for supporting IC.

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