The glam US actresses spent the day packing presents for the show's cast and crew into charity bags which raise funds to provide food for disadvantaged children in developing countries
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18 DECEMBER 2007
With Christmas just a week away, US actresses Marcia Cross and Teri Hatcher found an ethical, eco-friendly way to wrap gifts for the cast and crew of their hit show Desperate Housewives.
The glamorous pair spent the day putting presents - which included music CDs and luxury chocolates - into Feed 1 Bags, which they had bought especially for that purpose.
Launched by Lauren Bush - the niece of US president George Bush - the £30 bags each raise enough funds for the World Food Programme to provide a child in a developing country with a basic meal every day of the academic year. They are also environmentally sound, being made from organically grown jute.
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