Celebrity Britney Spears Raffles Off Her MTV VMAs Outfit to Help to Louisiana Flood Relief Efforts By Meghan Overdeep Meghan Overdeep Twitter Meghan Overdeep is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn who covers all things celebrity and pop culture. She worked as a News Blogger for InStyle for two years and is currently a Senior Staff Writer at Southern Living. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on August 23, 2016 @ 09:15AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Marco PiracciniArchivio Marco PiracciniMondadori Portfolio via Getty Britney Spears is teaming up with the American Red Cross to raise money for the Louisiana residents impacted by recent massive flooding in the most Britney way. The Louisiana native has invited her fans to donate increments of $10 to the organization for a chance to win either the outfit she is planning to wear at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday or a trip to New York City to meet her before the show. "Every $10 donation is a chance to win the outfit I wear at the MTV VMAs or a trip to meet me in NYC for the show!" Spears tweeted on Monday along with a link to effort's Crowdrise web page. According to the site, one winner will receive Britney's outfit from her MTV Video Music Awards performance on Aug. 28, as well as an autographed copy of her upcoming album, Glory. The other lucky winner gets round-trip airfare for two to New York City, two tickets to the MTV VMAs on Aug. 28 at Madison Square Garden, and a chance to meet Spears at the show before her performance. Spears, 34, follows in the footsteps of Taylor Swift, who pledged $1 million to flood relief efforts last week. According to the latest reports, 13 people have died as a result of the catastrophic floods, which the Red Cross is calling "the worst natural disaster to strike the United States since Hurricane Sandy." Taylor Swift Donates $1 Million to Louisiana Flood Relief Efforts The Department of Children and Family Services also recently reported that more than 2,800 individuals remain in shelters and at least 60,000 homes have been damaged across southern Louisiana. Donate and enter for a chance to win here.