Sheryl Crow is selling her cowboy boots for charity.

The 'Soak Up The Sun' hitmaker has decided to offload the clothes, shoes and accessories she no longer wears on eBay's Charity Shop to raise money for the Feeding America charity.

She said: ''I've toured for 20-something years, and I've collected a lot of stuff over the course of that time. I've decided I'm going to start auctioning off clothes, boots, handbags - anything that's in my closet that no longer gets used is going to go on eBay, and people can buy these items, name brands and otherwise.''

The 52-year-old star has been involved with the non-profit organisation for two decades and now has the help of her two adopted sons Wyatt, seven, and Levi, four - with whom she lives in Nashville.

She told PEOPLE magazine: ''It's not necessarily about writing a cheque, it's about showing up and volunteering. After having volunteered in Nashville, you see the kind of people who come into the food bank.

''It's not just homeless people, it's moms who are struggling to feed their kids; it's people who are out of work. It's a really necessary entity for a lot of people who are just trying to make ends meet.''

And Sheryl insists she won't miss the cowboy boots she decides to sell to raise money, as she's got dozens more in her collection.

She added: ''I've got over 80 pairs of cowboy boots or boots in general, and I've got quite a few pairs of blue jeans ... It makes you feel so grateful to have what you have and to be able to help someone else.''