Gillian Zinser has answered Shoe Revolt’s question, “What shoes do you have that kick sex trafficking to the curb?”
Gillian Zinser donated a pair of Senso pale green pumps from her personal closet to Shoe Revolt, an Oregon nonprofit that fights commercial sex trafficking in the U.S. through shoes. The pair is on sale now at www.shoerevoltauction.com.
Zinser studied at New York University before landing appearances on hit shows such as Southland, Cold Case, and Cupid. Gillian also starred in the MTV television film, The Truth Below, and was in the independent thriller Liars All opposite her new 90210 co-star, Matt Lanter. Currently, Gillian resides in both New York and California as she plays her biggest role yet, the carefree Ivy Sullivan on The CW’s 90210. Keep an eye out for Zinser this year, as she will star in her first feature film, The Truth Below. Gillian can definitely be considered a philanthropic celebrity. She is regularly involved in Artists for Peace and Justice, which included taking a trip to Haiti to rebuild a school, and Hugh Jackman’s Live Below the Line Campaign, to help end severe poverty. Now she is helping to eradicate commercial sex trafficking by donating to Shoe Revolt.
Shoe Revolt takes donations of shoes and sells them on their online boutique to raise funds for programs that support survivors of commercial sex trafficking. If you want to buy these great pumps before someone else snatches them up, visit www.shoerevoltauction.com. To learn how to donate shoes from your own closet, visit www.shoerevolt.com.
Shoes Autographed by Gillian Zinser
Take home this pair of autographed shoes and support a great cause! The shoes were donated by 90210 star Gillian Zinser from her own personal collection. The pale green pumps are size 38 (US women’s size 8). Signed on soles. Pre-owned in excellent condition; very light wear on soles. A letter of authenticity will be included.
All proceeds benefit Shoe Revolt, a non-profit organization taking a stand against the sexual exploitation of women and children in the United States. It’s neither a religious issue nor a political issue; it’s a human right’s issue that we ALL need to fight for. So, how do we stop this injustice? The answer is right under our feet.
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