Posts Tagged ‘cause’

Friday, May 18, 2012

Keep A Breast Tokyo Love Show

Artist: Hsiao-Ron Cheng

Artist: Marco Zamora
Castee: Al Swanson

Artist: Rene Gagnon
Castee: Juliet Simms

Artist: Wee Flowers
Castee: Ceyda Ocak

Keep A Breast Foundation (KAB) launches a new Japan branch in conjunction with their most recent exhibit… the Tokyo Love ShowKAB’s largest exhibit to date!

Many of us know of the foundation through their amazing “I heart boobies” bracelets, but if you don’t know of them… well, you should!! Keep a Breast is a non profit aiming to eradicate breast cancer by bringing awareness to young people, mainly through art events and educational/fundraising programs.  Read up on them HERE!

We are dear friends of the team, strong believers in their mission and grateful to be able to take part in the Tokyo Love Show!

If you can’t make it to Tokyo for the show, you can check out the rest of the castees and the artists behind them at… and even purchase one if you would like to support the cause!!

Join us in following:

@KeepABreastJP @KeepABreast #tokyoloveshow

KAB Japan Facebook page or KAB U.S. Facebook page

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Kind Campaign visits the Element family!

Kind Campaign

Kind Campaign visits the Element office to meet the team!

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March 2012

Monday, March 26, 2012


Whether you come across her model photograph in Vogue find yourself engulfed in the powerful philosophy behind her nonprofit, or maybe have a chance meeting and converse with her at the local market in NYC…  Kyleigh Kuhn’s presence alone is one that makes you feel at peaceful wonder, yet all the while full of motivation to take on the world with positive change!

A friend of the Element Eden family, we always look forward to our next encounter with Kyleigh, eager of the topics that will arise and the beautiful inspiration that will come of our time with her.

Lovely photos shot by Craig Arend… check out the entire series HERE

Find out more on Kyleigh Kuhn’s story and non-profit at Twenty Four Suns


Tuesday, November 22, 2011

AAS Receives Fuse Grant!!!

Eden Advocate Amy Purdy’s non profit Adaptive Actions Sports receives the Fuse grant for 25K!!  We couldn’t send more congrats to Amy and the entire AAS crew for all their hard work over these years!

Thanks to everyone who has supported the organization and we look forward to watching the growth continue with this new opportunity from Fuse!!

Check out the rest of the story on TW Business and TW Snow!

More on Amy Purdy

More on Adaptive Action Sports