Campbell Joins Campaign to Fight Poverty in Brazil

Supermodel Naomi Campbell teamed up with President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Tuesday April 26, 2005, to fight poverty in Brazil


Supermodel Naomi Campbell teamed up with President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in a campaign to fight poverty in Brazil, held on Tuesday April 26, 2005, by selling trendy "We love Brazil" T-shirts. Further Campbell explained the designer shirts would go on sale in airports and shops, and profits go to children's charities in the South American country she calls her second home.

In relation with the campaign, Campbell will also act as an ambassador for Brazil's fast-growing tourist industry as well as Lulu's plan to reduce wealth inequalities. While pursuing the tourists there to sell the T-shirts worldwide, the model said "Anyone who loves Brazil should wear the T-shirt to raise awareness and raise funds."

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