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Fight to Keep Creativity Alive: Unleashing Creativity, Spurring Generosity

FTKCA book coverWomen of Vision is partnering with L.A. Chandlar for the release of her new book and campaign, Fight to Keep Creativity Alive. Join us in this innovative movement and 50% of your purchase from April 18 through July 15 will support World Vision’s Strong Women, Strong World initiative!

Do you remember a time, perhaps as a child, when you loved to draw, write, build things, or in some other way indulge your imagination? We were designed to create, and yet all too often, the hassles of life get in the way. L.A. Chandlar believes that we need creativity to truly live and not just survive. In Fight to Keep Creativity Alive, she challenges us to reclaim our inborn creativity and provides concrete steps to incorporate creativity into our everyday lives.

L.A. Chandlar

L.A. Chandlar

Yet, Fight to Keep Creativity Alive is more than a book. It is also the power of creative partnership. Believing generosity and collaboration are key components of creativity, L.A. Chandlar is teaming up with a variety of organizations that promote human flourishing. Women of Vision is delighted to be the first.

From April 18 through July 15, 2013, 50% of proceeds from the Fight to Keep Creativity Alive eBook, as well as portions from all apparel and print sales, will support Strong Women, Strong World. World Vision’s Strong Women, Strong World initiative supports sustainable projects in many of the most difficult countries to be a woman or girl today, bringing hope to women and girls and advancing gender equity. Let us continue the fight for creativity in our own lives. And together, we can help impoverished women and girls around the world achieve their full potential.

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Download the eBook: http://www.ftkca.com/?p=1396

Read about L.A. Chandlar’s first experience with Women of Vision.

Learn more on the Fight to Keep Creativity Alive website: www.ftkca.com or www.FightToKeepCreativityAlive.com

Click here to donate to Strong Women, Strong World. 

 

by Dadjie Saintus, WOV New York City chapter

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