OGO New York Launches Its Fashion for Freedom Campaign with Trunk Show and Press Preview

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OGO NYC partners with non-profit organization, More Than Me, to transform lives through fashion.

OGO New York, a social-selling fashion company, today announced the Fashion for Freedom campaign. This new campaign includes a partnership between OGO NYC and More Than Me, a non-profit organization that benefits young girls living in Liberia. The Fashion for Freedom movement is a mission to use fashion to help transform children’s lives. Every item purchased through OGO NYC will help fund one month of education for one girl living in Liberia.

The initiative will promote the education of girls that are at a higher risk of being sexually exploited. Ogo Ekweozor, CEO of OGO New York, commented, “This partnership with More Than Me will provide financial support to young girls. I wanted to make a permanent difference in their lives and fuse the world of fashion with fundraising.”

To kick off the Fashion for Freedom campaign, OGO NYC will be hosting a press preview and trunk show, featuring the Fall 2013 Limited Edition Collection on Thursday, October 10, 2013 at 22 West 21st Street, New York, NY 10010, starting at 7pm. RSVP required at ogonewyork.com/events.

About OGO New York
Built on the principles of Fun, Fashion & Freedom, OGO NYC was formed with a goal of empowering women and children by providing an opportunity for women to run their own business, thereby allowing them the ability to take care of themselves, their families, and the future.

With a belief that children are the future, OGO NYC has partnered up with reputable organizations that actively fight to protect and empower children at risk of exploitation and abuse.

Dedicated to a mission to use fashion to transform lives, OGO NYC is building a family of individuals who stand behind this mission. The collections are available on a seasonal basis through a knowledgeable consultant network, as well as, year-round, by appointment or online.

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