In a generous gesture, Naomi Campbell is lending her support to a charity event to help victims affected by the massive earthquake in Haiti.
The British supermodel will team up with Sarah Ferguson and columnist Rob Shuter of Popeater to host a Fashion for Relief show at Bryant Park.
Sources claimed Campbell was "calling all of her model and designer friends to take part", reports the New York Post.
The first Fashion for Relief event in 2005, which saw the presence of Beyoncé, Kelly Osbourne, Iman and Tyson Beckford, managed to raise 1 million dollars for Hurricane Katrina victims.
As many as 212,000 people were confirmed to have died and more than one million left homeless after a 7.0-magnitude quake struck Haiti on January 12 this year.