Ashley Judd, Mandy Moore and Debra Messing take a Stand
You’re either a selfie-taker or a selfie-hater. Today, we can all find common ground with the unselfie.
The unselfie movement is tied to #GivingTuesday and the holiday season, when most nonprofit see significant spikes in donations. The unselfie – unselfish selfie – is a photo with a caption explaining why you support a particular cause.
Why don’t you join the movement as well this holiday season? Take a stand; take an unselfie for PSI. You’ll be joining the likes of Ashley Judd, Mandy Moore and Debra Messing!
ASHLEY JUDD: PSI ambassador since 2002.
— ashley judd (@AshleyJudd) December 3, 2014
Ashley Judd has visited the slums, brothels, schools and clinics that PSI programs target in Thailand, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Kenya, Madagascar, Nicaragua, Rwanda and South Africa. Her visits bring light to the devastating effects of poverty, social injustice and gender inequality. Find out more about Ashley’s involvement with PSI.
MANDY MOORE: PSI ambassador since 2008.
Mandy Moore has visited PSI’s child health programs in South Sudan, Central African Republic and Cameroon. With her visits, she has raised awareness about PSI’s at-home water treatment solutions and nationwide net distribution campaigns for malaria.
DEBRA MESSING: PSI Ambassador since 2009.
Debra Messing has visited PSI’s HIV prevention programs in Zimbabwe and Zambia, visiting testing and counseling centers, male circumcision clinics, warehouse facilities and support groups for HIV positive people. With her visits, she has brought attention to progress being made against the epidemic.
Intrigued by the unselfie? Here’s the easy 3-step way to take one for PSI:December 9, 2014