Ridgefield, CT, September 06, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Love Can Initiative is delighted to have the pop music group Blush supporting children living in poverty and hunger.
The legendary Quincy Jones is executive producer of the girl group composed of five members from the Philippines, India, Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea. They have enjoyed enormous success on the Billboard Music Chart. Their debut single "Undivided" featuring Snoop Dogg hit the top three, their second single "Dance On" went to number one. Their voices speak for the children without a voice, asking the nation to "Don't Speak, Take Action" in a movement of solidarity. By asking people to take a vow of silence for one day – to awaken awareness to the fact that over 16 million children in the United States live in poverty. Silence for one day will speak volumes. View the Blush PSA for the Love Can Initiative on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gffhDOLBXDo
The Love Can Initiative is a non-profit organization that unites people to spread love throughout the United States for children in need. By inviting influential people to build awareness and to be a part of the solution that no child should be left uncared for, untreated from treatable illnesses or lack of nutrition, a warm bed or education that can improve the quality of life around them.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 146 million Americans are either "poor" or "low income." That is nearly half of America. Today, 22 percent of all children in the United States are living in poverty. The Love Can Initiative mission is to provide the basic necessities for the life of a child. To encourage the spirit of community and understanding among people from diverse cultures, races and religions.
Director of the Love Can Initiative, Andy Tsagaris is the visionary behind the organization. He has developed national media campaigns; photographed many notable faces in business, music, television, film, fashion, and sports; published work and editorials in national magazines. He is a humanitarian and a firm believer in the power of change. He supports working with worthy causes and improving the quality of life.
How you can help: Go shopping at Shop For Your Cause. Support the cause and visit www.lovecan.us. Spread the word about the Love Can Initiative and post the link www.lovecan.us on your social media page (Facebook, Twitter, blog) Learn more about the facts of U.S poverty and children in need. Initiative news, updates and public service announcements are available regularly on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Let us contribute, serve, and strengthen communities in need.
The Love Can Initiative was founded on the principle that no child should have to suffer from lack of anything. Our mission is: To provide the basic necessities of life for low-income families and their children.