1.24.2017

What's Interesting: Every Bra Has a Story

Here in the United States, this past Saturday (January 21st), a behemoth statement was made which demonstrated empowerment, and the spirit of female unity. Women and men joined forces to stand up against misconceptions and behaviors which violate our livelihood. 

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1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime.

Though Saturday's demonstrations have concluded, we can still support and help women who find themselves in arduous situations.



  Bras are the most needed, yet least donated item of clothing for women.

Something as little as a bra is extremely impactful on a woman that comes from nothing.

Please Watch this Video

Donate a Bra, Change a Life
#GivingIsBeautiful - Clean out your top drawer, and head over to Soma (click Soma for more details) until January 31st, to donate new or gently worn bras to support women at local shelters affiliated with the National Network to End Domestic Violence. With your donation you'll receive $20 off 2 full price bras when you donate a bra in Soma Boutiques💗

Stay True,
Glenda
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6 comments:

  1. OMG.. I never thought about donating bras and of course they are the mose needed and least given. You've brightened my day by giving me an action!

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    1. You're not the only one who didn't think of bras, Beth. Neither did I. But yes - Bras!

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  2. What a good Idea Glenda! The march was so incredible, to see what a major effort that resulted, born of unity and love.That was really something!
    xx, Elle
    http://www.theellediaries.com/blog/

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    1. Yes indeed, Elle! It was history. Sad we had to march, but glad it was done with what you said...unity and love.

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