Hello netters! First, I would like to apology for the lack of proper updates here at Alyssa Milano Online. I’m still not able to use my own computer, which has resulted into me being unable to save photos, upload them etcetera. Therefore, I’ve been taking some time off the site, as my offline life is really busy these days. I am on vacation right now though, and a good friend of me has allowed me to borrow her computer for a while – so I will update as much as possible today!
First up, is some gorgeous and crispy-clear HQ images from an event Alyssa attented on the 20th of April! Lyssa stepped out in style, and ejoyed an evening of cocktails (probably alcohol-free ones for our pregnant girl) and shopping at an event Coach hosted To Benefit The Children’s Defense Fund. She wore a long black dress, and showed off her baby bump – which is getting pretty huge now! As always, she looked absolutely stunning. 11 pretty photos have been added to our galleries, and I’m on the lookout for more.
Alyssa has also apparently started a new campaign against tropical disease! You can read more about this in the short article below. Alyssa Milano Online are truely proud of Alyssa – she is such an amazing role model for girls and boys all around the world.
Alyssa Milano showed off her pregnancy glow as she arrived at the Evening of Cocktails and Shopping event at Bad Robot in Santa Monica, CA today (April 20).
The expectant actress was joined by fellow mom-to-be Selma Blair as she enjoyed an evening of charity benefitting the Children’s Defense Fund, an American child advocacy and research group, founded in 1973 by Marian Wright Edelman.
Meanwhile Alyssa has kicked off her new campaign against tropical disease.
The 38-year-old star has joined forces with the website Tonic.com to raise $75,000 to help the victims of Lymphatic Filariasis, which is also known as elephantiasis.
The disease is often found in tropical climates where humans can catch it through a mosquito’s bite.
Alyssa recently found out about the project in India that helps sufferers of LF and helps people learn how to look after themselves and others.
Writing on Tonic.com, she said: ‘To keep the program alive it needs a major funding boost of $75,000. When you think about it, $75,000 isn’t very expensive – only about $3.25 per person, per year – a small amount of money can make a huge impact. That’s why, all this week, I’ve teamed up with Tonic, and the Global Network to ask all my fans to band together and contribute to this, the worthiest and most cost-effective cause we can imagine.”
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