KLM Gel Moment™ Will Donate A Portion Of Their Profits To “60 Million Girls”

Kyra Plebon and her two sisters Lara and Maya are committed to helping create a better world for girls. They have pledged to donate a portion of their profits from KLM Gel Moment™ to the public foundation, “60 Million Girls.”

Kyra Plebon comments, “During my secondary education, I had the privilege of traveling to Kenya with an organization called ‘Free the Children.’ The objective of our trip was to assist with the building of a school in the Maasai region. It was there where I began to appreciate how important it is to educate girls within a community. The girls of that region value education as the ultimate gift. They take education very seriously because they understand how it will affect their lives and the lives of people within their village. Upon my return to Montreal, I started a beading club (in honor of the Mamas of the village) at my high school to help raise money for this cause. I later learned about a Montreal based public foundation called ’60 Million Girls.’ They fund initiatives like ‘Free the Children’ and many others. Today, 110 million children do not attend primary school. Out of that number, 60 million are girls. This needs to change and my sisters and I want to be a part of that change.”

Wanda Bedard established the public foundation “60 Million Girls” in February of 2006 with a group of women volunteers who believe in the need to support education for girls in order to create a more just and balanced world. The objective of the foundation is to support at least two major education projects annually in developing countries with the greatest gender disparity in school enrollment by raising funds through the foundation. At present, 99% of the funds raised are funneled into these projects with only 1% used for administration costs. The foundation is run entirely by volunteers and to date has raised over $1.4 million dollars.

Kyra adds, “I see every reason to continue my work towards a better world for girls by pledging a portion of our profits to this public foundation. It seems fitting that KLM Gel Moment™ nail polish beautifying women’s hands of the developed world can now help the hands of young women in developing countries.”

Women now have a safer, affordable, long lasting and convenient alternative to the harmful toxic nail polish products and can help women’s causes across the world. For more information about KLM Gel Moment™ gel nail polish products, go to: http://KLM.GelMoment.com. For more information about the foundation, “60 Million Girls,” go to: http://www.60milliongirls.org.