Entrepreneur and philanthropist Danielle Miller launches online boutique

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By supporting the efforts of Happy Hippies, we will help make a difference in the lives of young people as we share their mission to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth, and other vulnerable populations.

New Yorker Danielle Miller is a true entrepreneur and fashionista, she started in fashion when she was 16 years old. At that age she co-founded a charitable organization called Fashion Forward where she generated up to $40,000 to support a boarding school for orphaned children in Botswana.

Danielle is 26 years old now and while she is going through her first year at Pepperdine Law School in Malibu, California she launched her online boutique www.tradesy.com/closet/killadmilla where she donates 5% of her closets profits to a different charity every 3 months. Her curated selection of edgy clothes and statement pieces will definitely bring a spark to your closet! And her philanthropist efforts won’t go unnoticed!

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The first charity is Miley Cyrus Happy Hippie Foundation. Danielle:  “By supporting the efforts of Happy Hippies, we will help make a difference in the lives of young people as we share their mission to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth, and other vulnerable populations.”  The second charity Danielle will donate to is the Pepperdine Micro-enterprise Program. This organisation helps underprivileged members of the Los Angeles community find gainful employment and launch micro-businesses.

Today, the Program enrolls twenty participants. Pepperdine University graduate students mentor the Entrepreneurs through an intensive twenty-four week curriculum focused on personal improvement, career development, and entrepreneurship. Philanthropist Danielle Miller is a great inspiration combining her hard work ethic and love for fashion with her mission to make the world a better place by helping underprivileged people.

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1 Comment

  • Reply October 28, 2016

    Lalonie

    I would love to contribute!

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