Hola anamaria, que hace Jennifer con la ropa no se, pero estoy segura que si la regala para ventas de caridad pero la verdad no creo que sea necesario de donar su ropa usada cuando ella hace mucho mas que eso, JLO es una campeona para las obras beneficas ella dona su dinero y su tiempo en especial para los ninos. Aqui te dejo algunas de las obras de caridad a las que JLO ayuda.
Charity and Raising Awareness
Over her many years of fame, Jennifer Lopez has contributed to many public service and charity cases. She has taken part in Amnesty International, ALAS, Children’s Health Fund, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, DKMS, Los Angeles Free Clinic, Love Our Children USA and MusiCares.
Amnesty international- This is an organization that focuses on humanity and human rights around the world. In 2007, Jennifer Lopez made a movie called Bordertown to raise awareness about women who were being killed in Juarez, Mexico. She received an award at the Berlin Film Festival for her work as both star and producer of this film. Over 400 women were killed needlessly and the investigations into these murders were sloppy and delayed. Jennifer Lopez stepped in and spread awareness about this tragedy with her movie as well a song inspired by the victims, a bilingual website which includes reports, documentary footage, testimonials, online chats and contact information.
ALAS Activist–She is involved with ALAS which is a program that works to promote early childhood development in Latin America. Jennifer’s part in this organization has mainly been as an activist to help raise awareness about the fund and the organization. She has participated in many concerts that helped to raise both money and awareness of this child related charity.
Hosting Gala for LA Children’s Hospital- After giving birth to her twin babies she conitnues to look for more ways to give back. She is especially drawn toward children’s charities. Jennifer Lopez takes part in Noche de Ninos Gala - or “night of the children”. This Gala benifits hospital employees and patients at the Childrens Hospital Los Angleles. She is one of many who performs as well as Marc Anthony, Alejandro Sanz and Latin rockers Juanes and Mana.
Children’s Health Fund-Founded in the late 1980s, this is a mobile van program that gives health sevices and education to underserved children in disadvantaged rural and urban communities. Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are both very involved with this organization and make appearances to raise awareness for the cause.
Lopez teamed up with Amnesty International to launch a bilingual website aimed at raising awareness about Mexican femicide after learning that 350 young women have been killed in Ciudad Juarez and Chihuahua since 1993.
Jennifer and Marc Anthony made a large donation to Children’s Health Fund’s Operation Assist after Hurricane Katrina, and encouraged their fans to give as well.
Lopez donated an item to watchmaker Nixon to be made into a watch, the sale of which benefitted the MusiCares MAP Fund—a pool of resources set aside to address addiction and recovery needs of members of the music community.
Lopez did a photoshoot to help raise awareness for DKMS.
She was one of the recipients of Love Our Children USA’s “Mothers Who Make A Difference” awards in 2009.
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Jennifer Lopez has supported the following charities listed on this site:
American Foundation for AIDS Research
Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes
Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Celebrity Fight Night Foundation
Children’s Health Fund
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
City of Hope
Dizzy Feet Foundation
Every Mother Counts
Love Our Children USA
March Of Dimes
Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center
Saban Community Clinic
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Abuse, Adoption, Fostering, Orphans, AIDS & HIV, At-Risk/Disadvantaged Youths, Blood, Marrow & Organ Donation, Bullying, Cancer, Children, Creative Arts, Diabetes, Disaster Relief, Family/Parent Support, Health, Human Rights, Hunger, Parkinson’s Disease, Poverty, Slavery & Human Trafficking, Unemployment/Career Support, Women
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A Letter from Jennifer
I experienced the beauty of new motherhood right around the same time as my sister, Lynda. For both of us, the importance of bringing a greater sense of security and well-being to under-served and under-privileged communities truly hit home during that time. We both feel the desire, as never before, to help create a healthier, happier environment for others.
We grew up in a neighborhood that was not privileged, with an awareness of what many must go without. The number of children that grow up without access to quality health care, doctors, and health care facilities, is unacceptable. Also unacceptable is the small number of parents who have access to be adequately and completely informed about critical child- and health-care topics.
At the Institute of Pediatric Oncology - Moscow, Russia
That’s why Lynda and I are working to create the Lopez Family Foundation. Our goal is to dramatically increase the availability of quality health care and health education for women and children, regardless of their ability to pay.
Our organization will focus on the health and well-being of women and children, adopting a strategy that will achieve maximum impact in the area of children’s health worldwide, through our commitment to telemedicine. Telemedicine is a remarkable new healthcare delivery system that uses telecommunications technology to remotely treat patients.
The world can be a wonderful place, brimming with opportunity. But for far too many, it is still filled with daunting challenges and limited chances for a better life. Please join us as we work to change that picture for the better. Your participation will help us to do more, and to do it more quickly. Please take a few minutes to read through this website and see how you might become involved. Where children are concerned, there is no time to lose.