Commemorating International Women’s Day

Volunteering for a worthy cause

Christina Hagopian  /   Mar 15, 2016  in  Studio NewsWork / Life    

In honor of International Women’s Day, we were invited to attend a screening of the movie, He Named Me Malala. Malala was shot by the Taliban in Pakistan for speaking out on behalf of girls’ education. Today, over 60 million girls are out of school globally, and Malala has committed to fighting for education equality worldwide.

We were so moved during the film that halfway through, we vowed to help. What greater cause is than the teaching of young women around the world to help break the binds leading to servitude, poverty and the lack of marital choices? We felt compelled to support the effort in any way possible.

We volunteered to create fluid responsive email templates for the nonprofit organization, The Malala Fund, to help spread their mission and raise funds.

Please join is in supporting The Malala Fund

The Malala Fund’s aim is to raise girls’ voices and ensure access to 12 years of free, safe, quality education. The organization works with partners all over the world helping to empower girls and amplify their voices. They invest in local education leaders and programs and advocate for more resources for education and safe schools for every child.

Stand with Malala. Give now to support girls’ education projects in the most vulnerable communities around the world.

Christina Hagopian

Creative Director and President Christina Hagopian is known for her hands-on, approachable and meticulous approach, becoming a trusted resource to her clients, collaborators and contemporaries since launching Hagopian Ink in 2002.Christina holds a BFA in Communication Design from Carnegie Mellon University. With 20 years of experience, Christina is an active and well-respected contributor to the New York City design and entrepreneur communities.

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