I do & Anna Hiltrop campaign for children with cancer.
Our newest project sponsor the savvy model Anna Hiltrop conquers the international catwalks and has already established herself in the fashion and marketing industry worldwide. She worked for large and successful labels such as Redken, L’Oréal, GHD, Disney, Red Bull, Ford, McDonald’s and Wella and collaborates with well-known cooperation partners such as Karl Lagerfeld, Puma, Breuninger, Maybelline, Thomas Sabo and Nintendo.
Social engagement plays an important role in the model’s life who has also made a name for herself as a popular influencer. She is very committed to environmental issues and sustainability. Socially disadvantaged children and cancer are also matters close to her heart and she has already supported charity projects like "Wir helfen Kindern" of the RTL Foundation and the "Kinder Wunschbaum".
Anna has been the ambassador of DKMS Life for many years and continuously encourages women and girls diagnosed with cancer with her campaigns and gives them strength and joy. In the past few years Anna and her partners have already made a lot wishes come true and surprised patients and helped them forget about their troubles for a few hours.
Anna engages herself with passion during her hospital visits and provides guidance and advice to patients. Because of the current situation she is currently collaborating with Sephora to offer virtual cosmetic workshops for patients.
Bless you Anna for your incredible dedication!
With Anna’s help we are supporting the charity project "Handicraft materials for children with cancer" of the Essener Elterninitiative zur Unterstützung krebskranker Kinder e.V.
With 3.000 € we fund a yearly supply of handicraft & construction paper, beads & wool, scissors & paint brushes and everything a patient’s heart could possibly need to express themselves.
The creative activities and courses at the parental home and the oncological children’s unit are an essential part of our recreational activities and offer those kids a welcome distraction from their daily hospital routine.
If you would like to support Anna’s project for cancer battling children, please use the link below: