South African Designer Pearl Naidoo to Host Jewelry Party for Charity
NEW YORK, April 24, 2013 – South African Designer and Jeweler, Pearl Naidoo, will host a jewelry party for charity on her birthday, as a way to fundraise for youth and women empowerment organization, The Women Worldwide Initiative.
Organized by premier fashion PR company, Urban Gypsy Productions, the event invites professionals, particularly in the New York fashion industry, to network and celebrate Pearl Naidoo’s success while supporting the work of The Women Worldwide Initiative. It will be held at Toshi’s Living Room in the Flatiron Hotel from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24th, and there is no admission charge. Guests will be encouraged to purchase Pearl Naidoo jewelry, which will donate 50% of proceeds raised to The Women Worldwide Initiative’s programs for women and girls.
Pearl’s team will also be filming the event as part of her documentary, “Take it to South Africa,” which will be aired on national television in South Africa. Click here for a behind-the-scenes look at the video.
Registration page: http://pearlcharity.eventbrite.com
About The Women Worldwide Initiative
The Women Worldwide Initiative, a nonprofit sponsored organization established in 2011, advances the lives and communities of women and girls in under-served communities in New York City and in developing countries. Since 2011, The Women Worldwide Initiative has been recognized by Melissa Harris-Perry from MSNBC as being a “foot soldier” in low-income neighborhoods in New York City, and by the Young & Powerful Group as providing essential high impact programs and services for the community. To learn more about The Women Worldwide Initiative’s history and work please visit womenworldwideinitiative.org.
About Pearl Naidoo
Pearl Naidoo, a native of South Africa, offers her talent, experience and leadership skills as Founder and Owner of Pearl Naidoo Jewelry to several Fashion Industry events, projects and productions across New York City annually, as well as publications including Latino Show magazine, Vogue Italia, Fashion Avenue Magazine, I-Fashion Magazine and more. Pearl Naidoo has worked with charities including The Women Worldwide Initiative, She’s The First, Step it Up Africa and Seeds for Peace. For more information and jewelry catalogue, visit pearlnaidoo.com