Scrubs Stars Help Out For a Good Cause

November 28, 2006 By:
Scrubs Stars Help Out For a Good Cause

The stars from the NBC hit comedy “Scrubs” recently decorated pairs of blue hospital scrubs to be auctioned off online to raise money for the New Orleans Museum of Art’s ‘Katrina Fund’. Donald Faison and hottie Zach Braff attended the event along with other cast mates to help out with this great cause.

The event was organized in Los Angeles by the makers of Johnnie Walker Blue Label at the Esquire House in Los Angeles. The auction begins today and runs through December 6 at

The proceeds will help the NOMA house which is still on its way to recovery following the devastation of the hurricane. There are about 40,000 pieces ranging from 16th century European painting and sculpture to modern American art including works from Georgia O’Keeffe, Jackson Pollock, Robert Rauschenberg and Tony Smith.

In addition, throughout this holiday season, whisky lovers can give and receive a unique holiday gift, while helping raise funds for a worthy cause through the Johnnie Walker Home for the Holidays Campaign. Through every purchase ordered at, the makers of Johnnie Walker whisky will contribute $5 toward building new homes for displaced victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Now that’s a good cause to toast to!