100 years of voting rights: Harper's Bazaar Czech Republic supported women in the shelter homes

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1. 11. 2019

We would like to thanks to Harper's Bazaar magazine for an inspired idea and support for mothers from shelter homes.
In 1919 the Czech women acquired the right to vote. The Czech edition of Harper’s Bazaar marked the anniversary with approaching ten female artists and asking them to portray the extraordinary Czech women who have contributed to the dignified position of women in the Czech Republic. The artists took inspiration from remarkable heroines such as Ema Destinová, Olga Havlová or Věra Chytilová.
A limited collection of T-shirts was created to support a good cause. The whole proceeds of the sale - a total of CZK 200,592 - will help disadvantaged mothers involved in the MADE BY project. The project organized in five shelter homes helps women to gain financial literacy and restart their life. The T-shirts were sold online, at Bibloo Cafe and Nostress Cafe Restaurant.
Thank you very much for your support!

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