We appreciate all of your support within the last year since the announcement of our organizational changes back in 2014. We’re so very thankful that you all have continued to follow the “PYNK: Pretty, Powerful and Provocative” movement, along with the content on our website thinkPYNK.com.
As a female owned brand, we’ve created initiatives like #PynkGirlsCare which champions opportunities for those who may be at a social or economical disadvantage. #PynkGirlsCare
Since our launch, we have had the opportunity to work with non-profit organizations, including The World Is Your Oyster (TWIYO), the social awareness campaign #HashtagLunchbag and our newest collaboration, The Kids League. In just a short time, PYNK has helped raise more than $20,000 for several non-profits with our special events and the assistance of our devoted supporters.
Founder/Publisher of PYNK Magazine, and founder of PYNK Girls Care, Mecca Moore says, “We are honored to collaborate with these organizations and currently with Suaryya Barbee of The Kids League. When I created PYNK a few years ago, my objective was to eventually grow and be able to support not only women, but all things #PynkGirlApproved including giving back to the community. The Kids League is a movement that touches my heart. It was a no brainier to partner with them to help reach their fundraising goals. We urge our supporters to #thinkPYNK and join the movement to help create programs for the youth.”
For more information about The Kids League and upcoming charity events visit www.TheKidsLeague.net
About The Kids League: The Kids League acknowledges that children in low-income areas have limited resources for continued growth. “It takes a village to raise a child” and The Kids League is that village. Our programs are educational activities, which have a concentration in Music, Film, Sports, Fashion, Arts, and Health & Wellness. We appeal to children 4-12 years of age. We aim to improve the skills our children already possess in these special areas of interest.