December 3, 2018 Los Angeles,CA-
Alana Evans and the Adult Performers Actors Guild have teamed up with members of the adult industry to bring you the “Helping the Homeless Holiday Drive.” Every year during the holidays, fans love to spoil performers with gifts from their wishlists. This year, Alana has decided to use her Amazon wishlist to give back to the community and help spread awareness about homelessness.
With numerous families displaced by the fires in California, and an increasingly growing homeless population, our adult community recognizes how important it is to give back. Items purchased from the dedicated Amazon wishlist will be collected until December 20th, and dispersed to different shelters and relief efforts for the homeless. Gifts on the wishlist were added with the guidance of homeless organizations to be sure we can provide some of their most needed items.
When asked why this cause is so important to her, she replied with the following statement:
“Before my mother died, she spent a year of her life homeless. Because of this, homelessness was something I feared I could fall into. This pushed me to work hard and stay focused. However, it also opened my eyes and my heart to those in need. I am so happy to report that just from promoting the drive on social media, donations are already coming in! Even though this is the first year we’ve done this, I know this will become an annual event. Our adult community is filled with so many kind people, who really care about those around us, and are we so thankful for everyone involved!”
Others pledging to join the cause include Kelly Pierce, Ruby, Samantha Squirt, Diana Prince, Rabecca Rizzo, Cat Smith, and CyanideKiss. Company sponsors include Ynot.com, Elevated X, the Adult Performers Actors Guild, and PwnedByGirls.com Visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HelpingTheHomelessHolidayDrive
To get involved or to become a sponsor, email firstname.lastname@example.org
To check out the wishlist visit https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1X9HME6XWQ955?&sort=default