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Orlando Bloom fronts UNICEF and BOSS Orange Madagascar education campaignOrlando Bloom fronts UNICEF and BOSS Orange Madagascar education campaign

Orlando Bloom Fronts Madagascar Education Campaign

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Orlando Bloom is making sure the children of Madagascar are receiving a worthy education by fronting the new UNICEF and BOSS Orange campaign.

With every purchase of the “Today. To Help. Together.” limited edition fragrances by Hugo Boss, for both men and women, BOSS Orange will donate money for one day of school for 50 underprivileged Malagasy children, as part of UNICEF’s School for Africa initiative.

“I feel very privileged to be working with BOSS Orange and UNICEF on this partnership,” Bloom said.

This isn’t the first time BOSS Orange has contributed to UNICEF. Currently, they are helping build cyclone-resistant schools. With these schools and education initiative, they hope to fulfill their goal of providing quality education, helping the students to stay in school and overall a better future.

Bloom was made a UNICEF ambassador in 2009 for his commitment to children worldwide. It’s nice to see he’s continuing his efforts. Actress Sienna Miller is also lending a helping hand.

“Witnessing first-hand the difference it makes to the lives of children in Africa is truly humbling,” Bloom said.

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