Bra Drive During Oakland Art Murmur on First Friday of March to Benefit “Free the Girls”

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Interior designer Kristina Wolf is seeking new and gently used bras to support Free the Girls and help combat sex trafficking in Africa. Bay Area residents can donate bras at Kristina Wolf Design’s Bra Drive, which is being held at Uptown Body and Fender during Oakland Art Murmur on the first Friday of March, 2012.

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We really believe in Free the Girls because as a small female-owned and operated business, this is an organization we feel akin to, so we want to lend them support and help give back to the greater world community

Bay Area interior designer Kristina Wolf invites everyone to clean out their closets and help save women in Africa from sex trafficking by making donations to a bra drive she is hosting to benefit the non-profit organization “Free the Girls” during the First Friday Art Murmur event in Oakland, CA.

Admire local Oakland artists and help make a difference on a global scale. Kristina Wolf Design team will be taking donations at Uptown Body and Fender in Oakland from 6 to 9 pm on Friday, March 2, 2012.

Don’t have any bras to donate? Bring a buck. In addition to taking donations the Kristina Wolf Design team will be serving complimentary beverages and talking about their cause. All monetary and brassiere donations will go directly to help Free the Girls free sex slaves in Africa.

Free the Girls is a non-profit organization founded in April 2010 by women in Colorado wanting to change the lives of women living in Africa. The charity provides more than financial aid to former sex slaves; it creates self-sustaining job opportunities. Free the Girls sends bra donations to women in crisis, which they can sell for a profit of more than five times the normal day’s minimum wage. These donations help keep women out of sex slavery and give women the means to support themselves and their communities.

Kristina Wolf is a Bay Area interior designer, but is no stranger to global travel and often gathers inspiration for her designs from different countries. She understands the importance of remembering how fortunate Americans are and wants to involve the local community in making a world of difference.

“We really believe in Free the Girls because as a small female-owned and operated business, this is an organization we feel akin to, so we want to lend them support and help give back to the greater world community,” said Kristina Wolf.

To make donations, please stop by Kristina Wolf Design’s Bra Drive at Uptown Body and Fender, located at 401 26th Street in Oakland from 6 to 9 pm on March 2, 2012.

Oakland’s monthly First Friday Art Murmur, is free and open to the public! The mission of Art Murmur is to promote the arts by supporting venues which promote awareness and participation in Oakland arts and culture. This citywide event features many premier art galleries, local restaurants, bars, and cultural venues to explore. Member galleries, generally located between 22nd and 26th Street and along the Broadway/Telegraph corridors, are open to the public from 6 to 9 pm.

For more information regarding the “Free the Girls” bra drive, or to schedule a complimentary consultation for home interior designs, call Kristina Wolf Design at (510) 848-8773 or visit http://www.kristinawolfdesign.com.

About Kristina Wolf Design:

Kristina Wolf Design is a Bay Area interior decorator serving the Oakland Hills, Piedmont, Lafayette, Orinda, and Lamorinda. Located in Berkeley, CA, the team of designers is composed of experienced and modern interior designers also know as the “Wolf-Pack”.

Kristina Wolf Design is a http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kristina-Wolf-Design/115085678520299?ref=search&sid=1540818164.1830862067..1&v=wall [top interior designer in the Bay Area __title__ top interior designer Bay Area] that creates memorable interiors in harmony with each client’s personal vision, with minimal stress. Whether it’s developing a new home interior design or helping clients select the perfect color palette for a paint project, Kristina Wolf Design deepens the connection between customers and their home, while honoring clients’ objectives, schedules, and budget.

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