How Cindy Crawford is Helping with Nepal Earthquake Relief

May 2, 2015
Cindy Crawford by John-Paul Pietrus. Courtesy.
Cindy Crawford by John-Paul Pietrus. Courtesy.

The 7.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal last week has seen many people help in the effort to raise funds for those affected in the tragedy. Supermodel Cindy Crawford and photographer John-Paul Pietrus are doing their part to help with funds by selling ten limited edition prints of the supermodel signed by both Cindy and Pietrus. Available for $1,000, 100% of the funds of the 20×24 print will go towards the British Red Cross for the Nepal Earthquake Appeal. You can also do your part by visiting RedCross.org.

“I started charity print sales several years ago first with Tao Okamoto for the Japanese earthquake appeal, and about one and a half years ago with Naomi Campbell, Tao Okamoto, Mariacarla Boscono, Fei Fei Sun, Andreja Pejic, Rob Evans, and Tian Yi for Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) appeal. From those projects, I’ve become aware how much of a positive difference I can make simply through my reputation and talents as a photographer,” the photographer says about the project.

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