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Meet the Brains behind Beauty for Freedom

I’ve always admired Beauty for Freedom’s inclusion of art and beauty to fight an important cause- fighting human trafficking.  This Thursday, meet all of the beauty and brains behind the cause, while also raising a glass (as well as raising some money) to help Beauty for Freedom flourish.


A Night of Music and Art Benefitting Beauty for Freedom
March 24th 7-10pm at the Jane Hotel (113 Jane St, New York, NY 10014)

Celebrity DJ and Stylist Valissa Yoe presents a night of music and art featuring celebrity DJ Haruka Salt and DJ Amber Valentine, Celebrity Hosts Kris Darling, Zephy, Daniel Pledge, Trey Speegle, Kristin Barnes, Tommy Saleh, Chris Habana, Andrew Tess, Chad Saville, Wyatt Gallery, Jerry Chu, Bliss Lau, Jules Kim, Theresa Dapra and Cody Ross in support of anti-trafficking platform Beauty for Freedom.
$10 suggested donations will be accepted upon entrance. 100% of the proceeds from the Beauty for Freedom cocktail reception will be donated to Project India, a series of art, music, photography and writing workshops produced by anti-human trafficking non-profit Beauty for Freedom in Southeast Asia Spring 2016. Project India’s mission is to promote self-esteem and self-expression for the at-risk youth and survivors of sex trafficking in India and Cambodia through the arts and photography.

Esteemed event sponsors include Bliss Lau, Jules Kim, The Jane Hotel, Theresa Dapra, Chris Habana and Noizy Brands.


For supporters who are unable to attend and would still like to support the project, please donate at:

About Beauty for Freedom
Beauty for Freedom is an innovative, sustainable platform providing the industries of Beauty and Fashion with a means to raise awareness, accountability, and financial contributions for charitable foundations and non-profits who fight human trafficking globally. Spring 2016, Beauty for Freedom will be producing a series of art, music, photography and writing workshops in SE Asia (Project India) meant to promote self-esteem and self-expression for survivors of sex-trafficking.

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