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Category: Charity

Elsa for Vélosophy

Once again Elsa is proving how important it is for her to help others, this time by becoming the newest ambassador for Scandinavian bicycle’s Vélosophy. Vélosophy is a brand that gives away one bicycle to a school girl in Ghana for every bicycle they sell, which is a huge contribution and makes us even prouder to be fans of Elsa! The campaign was shot in Stockholm by photographer (and Elsa’s friend) Kalle Gustaffson



velosophy.ccIn the studio with @kalle_gustafsson shooting this beautiful woman and our new brand ambassador @hoskelsa So happy that she wants to work with us and ride on a Vélosophy bike. And at the same time helping a schoolgirl in Ghana get a bike of her own. Through our One For One promise supporting @unicef and @unicefsverige (for every bicycle sold we donate another to a young schoolgirl in Ghana.) #velo #bici #cycle #bike #cykel #design #designblog #vélo #unicef #porteur #fixed #Scandinavia #charity #photography #onegear #fixie #Stockholm #hipster #bicycle #자전거 #自転車 #porteur #ποδήλατο #bicicletta #自行車 #oneforone #newyork #brooklyn #williamsburg #Ghana #charity

If you want to know more about Vélosophy click HERE.

Victoria’s Secret Angels’ Charity Ride For Pelotonia!

Elsa took part to day in Victoria’s Secret Angels’ Annual Charity Ride For Pelotonia! She was looking absolutely perfect at the event, she was joined by her fellow Angels Jac Jagaciak, Lais Ribeiro, Jasmine Tookes, Martha Hunt, Romee Strijd


Prior to the event, Elsa was shooting for the brand’s Christmas collection, she was joined by fellow Angel Jac Jagaciak.

Victoria’s Secret Angel (and Activist) Elsa Hosk Takes on Human Trafficking

Here’s a new article from Glamour magazine about Elsa’s work with FAIR Girls.

Victoria’s Secret Angel (and Activist) Elsa Hosk Takes on Human Trafficking

It all started with a movie: The Whistleblower. Model Elsa Hosk watched actress Rachel Weisz’s portrayal of a U.N. policewoman who stumbles into the world of sex-trafficking in this 2010 ripped-from-the-headlines thriller. At the time, Hosk wasn’t familiar with human trafficking—the devastating trade that an estimated 1.2 million children worldwide are entrapped in each year, including a significant number in the United States. After seeing the film, she couldn’t get the horrifying practice off her mind.
Enter Fair Girls. Hosk read about the Washington, D.C.-based organization, which rehabilitates survivors, and wanted to see their work with her own eyes. She met with the founder, Andrea Powell, pictured above, and as many of the 50 survivors—just 16- and 17-year-old girls—in their shelter as she could. That was it. “After meeting with Andrea and the survivors in D.C., I wanted to do something,” says Hosk. “Everyone can make a difference, and I felt so strongly about doing anything I can to help these girls.”

Hosk dove straight in, and today, three years later, is still one of the organization’s most vocal supporters. “It’s a very hands-on charity, rescuing the girls, rehabilitating and supporting them,” she explains. Specifically, in addition to offering emergency housing, the group provides counseling, legal support, and job training to 150 survivors each year. And the work, says Hosk, has been very rewarding: “I can’t think of anything harder for anyone to go through than what these girls and women have been through,” she says. “They are a huge source of inspiration for me with all of their strength.”

Sadly, despite increased awareness around the issue, thanks to activists like Hosk, human trafficking is showing no signs of slowing down. It’s the world’s fastest-growing criminal enterprise and a $32 billion dollar a year global industry. “We all need to come together and learn about human trafficking,” says Hosk. “It is real, and it’s happening everywhere. We need to open people’s eyes to one the most cruel things that is happening to women and girls today.”

Hosk is focusing her efforts on survivors. “We need to do anything we can to help them,” she says. “They are not receiving enough support.” Last Thursday, just days after she became one of Victoria’s Secret’s newest Angels, Hosk ventured to Washington to draw more attention to their needs. She hosted the Fair Girls’ ninth-annual gala at Long View Gallery, which raised $130,000, money that’ll do some serious good.


While Hosk was present to give a keynote speech, it was a survivor named Ashley, who wrote a poem that Hosk read aloud, that stole the show: “You may feel like you are alone. But all of us ladies are a queen and we stand strong on our throne. Never give up. Keep your head held high. Just know you’re not alone and not being left in the blind.” Not alone, indeed.


Elsa to be a Guest Speaker at the 9th Annual Pearls for Purpose Gala!

As we have previously reported, Elsa is one of the ambassadors for charity organization FAIR Girls, and on May 7th she will be one of the guest speakers at their 9th Annual Pearls for Purpose Gala.


If you want to know more about the Gala and be involved with it, check all the information here.

Elsa Hosk in a new Charity Project!

NVP-Ambassador Elsa Hosk preparing her Shirts For Peace education package for Edison Senior High, with one of our volunteer field workers Henry. #ShirtsForPeace #NonViolenceProject

via: @nvpfoundation

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