Curves for Change, Inc. is a non-profit organization providing a platform through which professional fashion models collectively engage in philanthropic work.
Founded in 2010, Curves for Change, Inc. is a
coalition of recognized models committed to using their careers and visibility to advocate
for and support organizations working to empower women and girls worldwide.
PO Box 1764
New York, NY 10163
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Unity is not only the act of coming together, but of our willingness to set aside our personal differences, opinions, likes and dislikes in order to stand and fight for a cause we all believe in.
Unity is the force through which obstacles are overcome, friendships are made, and limitations are exceeded.
Unity is ultimately the strength, the power and the will that can turn so many of our dreams into realities.
Beauty + Brain Power = Inspired.
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The C4C mission is guided by the LOTB (Ladies of the Board) listed below.
Unity is coming together, despite the differences we share, to change the world.
THE KOMERA PROJECT
In Rwanda, “Komera” means “be strong, have courage.” The Komera Project is a not-for-profit organization that advances secondary education in Rwanda by providing both mentorship and financial support to girls for whom secondary education is otherwise not possible.
Komera is founded on the understanding that as girls continue their education, they improve their earning potential, their health and their sense of self-worth thereby enabling them to break the bonds of poverty.
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Schoolgirls are coerced into sexual slavery by pimps posing as caring boyfriends. Women and children are sold to brothels, and threatened with violence or death if they try to escape.
This is 21st century slavery. The Somaly Mam Foundation (SMF) is working around the world to end these atrocities through direct services for victims, survivor-driven advocacy, and outreach in strategic partnerships and use of technology, networking and social media.
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