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A stylish new way to support Youth Villages: Milk & Honey Shoes’ Celebrity Collection

November 20, 2013


Stand tall for America’s most vulnerable children in these fabulous shoes.

The online retailer Milk & Honey Shoes has teamed with five generous celebrities to offer Youth Villages supporters an exciting new way to help children during National Adoption Month in November.

Kristin Chenoweth, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, CariDee English, Ashley Williams and Kayla Farhang have designed shoes for Milk & Honey, an online custom shoe retailer, to benefit the children being helped by Youth Villages. When you purchase a pair of these specially designed shoes, 100 percent of the proceeds benefit Youth Villages. Visit and choose your shoes today for an easy and stylish way to help the kids who need it most.

They also make a great holiday gift – for your own wish list or to give to others.

Youth Villages’ celebrity supporters and Milk & Honey chose November for the campaign because it is National Adoption Month. During November, we pay special attention to our country’s thousands of children waiting for forever families – and those especially vulnerable older youth who turn 18 and leave foster care on their own without ever being adopted by a new family.

Youth Villages helps thousands of our country’s most vulnerable children each year by strengthening birth and adoptive families. In addition, Youth Villages’ transitional living program for youth who have aged out of foster care without being adopted is helping thousands of young people become successful adults each year.

Show your support of Youth Villages’ children and the thousands of children in foster care across America. It’s an easy way to “stand tall” for kids who need us.

Celebrity Shoe Designers

Kristin Chenoweth

Kristin Chenoweth

Kristin Chenoweth is an Emmy and Tony Award winning actress and singer. She starred in the ABC series “Pushing Daisies,” for which she received an Emmy Award, and has been seen on TV in hit shows including “The West Wing” and “Glee.” She has received rave reviews for her performances on Broadway, where she originated the role of Glinda the Good Witch in “Wicked,” and won a Tony for her show-stealing performance in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.”

Kimberly Williams-Paisley

Kimberly Williams-Paisley

Kimberly Williams-Paisley first lit up the screen as the radiant young bride in the comedy feature film series “Father of the Bride” and “Father of the Bride II.” Her on-screen credits include memorable roles in “According to Jim,” “How to Eat Fried Worms,” and “Relativity,” as well as playing Matthew McConaughey’s wife in “We Are Marshall.” In addition to her acting work, Williams-Paisley is an accomplished writer and director.

Ashley Williams

Ashley Williams

Ashley Williams is an actress best known for her appearances as Victoria on “How I Met Your Mother” and her roles in “Snow,” “Montana Sky,” and “Good Morning, Miami.” She recently made her Broadway debut, playing law student Ellen Roark in John Grisham’s “A Time to Kill.”

Caridee English

Caridee English

CariDee English is a fashion model and TV personality who won Cycle 7 of “America’s Next Top Model.” She has appeared on runways around the world and has been featured in numerous magazines, including appearing on the covers of Seventeen, Healthy Living and Cover, among others.

Kayla Farhang

Kayla Farhang

Kayla Farhang is a celebrity stylist and fashion expert who has worked with a number of celebrities, including Brooke Burke, Paula Abdul and Lisa Vanderpump. She has worked on shows like “The X Factor” and “Dancing With The Stars,” as well as the makeover shows “She’s Got the Look” and “How Do I Look?” A weekly contributor and blogger for “Healthy is the New Skinny,” her true passion is to make everyday women feel beautiful.

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