Would you wear your school uniform for a month? Here’s one professional who’s willing…

Terri Vinson has pledged to wear a shcool uniform all October to help raise money so that underprivileged girls can go to school.

Terri Vinson dons her uniform for the month of October for Do It In A Dress, a charity campaign that helps under-privileged girls get the schooling they deserve.   

 

Terri Vinson has pledged to wear a shcool uniform all October to help raise money so that underprivileged girls can go to school.
Terri Vinson has pledged to wear a shcool uniform all October to help raise money so that underprivileged girls can go to school.

 

Do you still have your school uniform at the back of the cupboard? Well, Terri Vinson, founder and formulator of Synergie Skin, still has hers and she’s wearing it all October in the name of getting under-privileged girls into schools.

66 million girls around the world aren’t in school, simply because they were born a girl. They face a lifetime of potential abuse and poverty. The Do It In A Dress charity campaign is working to change this; and Terri Vinson is definitely doing her bit.

 

Do It IN A Dress will help girls in Sierra Leone go to school.
Do It IN A Dress will help girls in Sierra Leone go to school.

 

Every year Synergie Skin participates in the “Do It In A Dress” campaign and this October, the professional skincare company will be donating $1 from every Synergie Skin Vitamin B serum and SuperSerum to the One Girl charity.

The money raised will send a girl in Sierra Leone to school. To support Terri and the Synergie Skin team, head to  www.doitinadress.com/terrivinson-synergieskin

 

Synergie Skin will donate $1 from every Synergie Skin Vitamin B serum and SuperSerum to the One Girl charity.
Synergie Skin will donate $1 from every Synergie Skin Vitamin B serum and SuperSerum to the One Girl charity.

 

 

www.synergieskin.com

 

 

 

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