Tina Knowles’ Girls: Beyoncé And Solange Attend Gucci’s Chime For Change Anniversary Party

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Tina Knowles‘ girls stepped out in style in NYC last night Tuesday (June 3). Beyonce and her youngest sister Solange Knowles attended Gucci‘s Chime For Change anniversary party. At the event, the “Partition” singer also donated a $500,000 check to fund projects for women in the areas of Education, Health, and Justice as well as create awareness around gender equality.

At 5th Avenue‘s Gucci store, Bey styled in a white jumpsuit, and Solange who DJ’d at the event, kept it 70’s inspired in an orange blouse and white wide-legged pants. The event was hosted by Gucci‘s creative director Frida Giannini and T Magazine’s EIC Deborah Needleman.

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According to the press release issued by Gucci:

Beyoncé committed to donate $500,000 to fund Chime For Change projects for girls and women in the areas of Education, Health and Justice as follows:

EDUCATION: $125,000 to support 100 school girls at Shining Hope for Communities (SHOFCO) schools in Kenya for one year.
· HEALTH: $125,000 to provide 320 Embrace infant warmers to 100 rural health facilities in 11 Millennium Village sites across 10 countries in sub-Saharan Africa (Mali, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, Tanzania, Rwanda, Malawi, and Ethiopia). The Embrace infant warmers will help more than 1,900 at-risk newborns survive and thrive.
· JUSTICE: $125,000 to provide 600 Sisters in Strength Youth Leaders and Alumni in New York City with the critical educational and mentoring support, job training, counseling services, and resources they need to successfully navigate and graduate from high school and college through Girls for Gender Equity.
· JUSTICE: $125,000 to provide 25 human trafficking survivors in Los Angeles with counseling, medical care, legal services, and individual recovery treatment to rebuild their lives through the Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST).

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Photos Credit: Jamie MaCarthy | Chime For Change | Twitter | Instagram

 

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