Tracey Lewis is a writer investigating the narrative, through journalism and brand association, behind modern-day cultural connections, social responsibility, and corporate identity.
Tracey Lewis, Writer

Tracey Lewis, Writer

Tracey Lewis is passionate about philanthropy and exploring the charitable work of businesses and individuals around the world. In her blog, she recounts some of her personal experiences, as well as providing information for readers to get involved in their community and incorporate charitable actions into their daily lifestyle.
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Social Obsessions | ONE and (RED) Launch 2015 Digital Quilt to fight AIDS

Social Obsessions | ONE and (RED) Launch 2015 Digital Quilt to fight AIDS

Join(RED) ONE.org and Join(RED) are great for launching interactive campaigns that are provocative and engaging. Most importantly, it’s never difficult to miss their message, which is to support an AIDS-free generation by 2015. Now that it’s been 30 years since the discovery of HIV/AIDS, it blows my mind that a generation unaffected by this epidemic can...

Social Obsessions | Social Cyber Deals!

Sevenly It’s holiday time! That’s means we’re all scrambling to come up with perfect gift ideas while we check off our list this year. Usually charity and gift-giving would fall into two seperate categories, and while many of us want to give back over the holidays, work, life, and family tend to take up most...
Events | GMHC's Fashion Forward Benefitting AIDS Prevention

Events | GMHC’s Fashion Forward Benefitting AIDS Prevention

Last week I attended a fundraiser called Fashion Forward, an annual charity event held by the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) that raises money for HIV/AIDS prevention awareness. It was such a huge event (700 guests!) and I was truly thrilled to see so many people come out to support a worthy cause. Actress Tracee Eliss...

Reblogged | Remembering Evelyn Lauder: Breast Cancer Research Advocate

New York Times Having fled Europe during the Nazi Regime, Evelyn Hausner settled into a relatively ordinary life with her parents (the owners of a dress shop chain), and attended public school on the west side of Manhattan. It was during her collegiate years at Hunter College that she met a naval officer trainee, Leonard...

Margherita Missoni’s Collection for OrphanAid

yoox Heiress to the Missoni legacy, Margherita Maccapani Missoni, has designed a capsule collection in support of OrphanAid Africa. Her inspiration for the ready-to-wear collection was “easy” style, derived from some of the 28-year-old model/actress’ favorite things. Proceeds from the line will benefit foster care for families and children living in Ghana. The pieces are a...

J. Brand for City Year!

Jeff Rudes with City Year Mentors | J Brand. J. Brand jeans has created an exclusive line of colored denim that will help students stay on track to graduate. All of the proceeds from the line, which consists of red, khaki, and olive green skinny jeans for women and girls, will benefit the nonprofit organization...

Lady Gaga Announces Born This Way Foundation

Getty You would think that in this day and age, people would embrace differences. That is seeing as though modern-day visionaries are as diverse as Mark Zuckerburg and Oprah Winfrey; and throughout history they have been as eclectic as Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso. So it’s puzzling why bullying for being different would even be...

For the First Time Ever: Sustainable Blahnik!

Ecouterre This week I tweeted that Jimmy Choo’s ICONS collection had gone on sale, and that the proceeds will benefit the Jimmy Choo Foundation. But Choo and Tamara Mellon aren’t the only high-fashion shoe designers doing good; Manolo Blahnik announced that he will be partnering with eco-conscious designer Marcia Patmos to produce a sustainable collection....

You Should Be Reading: ‘American Grown’ by Michelle Obama

If Mrs. Obama was going to write a tell-all, this is how she would do it: fresh, original, and raw. But don’t think you’re in for some racy exposé of our President’s dealings behind the White House doors – this story tells of a life on a much greener side. In fact, the First Lady...