In case you haven't heard, Jinkee Pacquiao is selling her designer items, from shoes to clothes, for a good cause! 

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Jinkee is a huge collector of designer bags, shoes, and clothes, and she's giving a portion of them away to fund her and Manny's charity, the Emmanual and Jinkee Pacquiao Heart Foundation, Inc.

Announcing the exciting news on Instagram, she wrote: SAVE THE DATE: Sept 20-22, Friday to Sunday at Marriott Hotel, Clark, Pampanga. A sale of my pre-loved items for a charitable cause."  

According to Jinkee's post, September 20 is exclusive to VIP shoppers, and the following days are open to the public. "Only first 150 registrants will be accommodated," Jinkee noted. "Contact @me_donna_me and
@roizeroyal." 

 

Based on the sneak peek she posted online, you'll get the chance to score heels from labels Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, and YSL, for less (and in case you're wondering, Jinkee revealed that she's a size six).

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The stylish mom even shared a short video clip, revealing long racks full of clothes—great news for those who can't fit into her shoes! Given that she's got a taste for dainty dresses, expect the garage sale to be an absolute dream for girly girls. 

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