Clara spoke about her charity work with Audrey.c, her charity fashion brand that instantaneously donates as a product is purchased. Her “Lala Leggings,” which are the first items to be sold, donate money for tetanus shots to Africa.
Clara’s charity work started when she caught the attention of the crowd by throwing the ball in leggings in 2013. Back then, she had supported a reduced cost of college tuition through social media.
“It was my dream to do so. I wanted to do good deeds once I started to receive love and attention,” she said.
“I started with supporting a reduced college tuition, but realized that so many other people needed help as well. I also noticed that there were people who wanted to provide their own help along the way to support the cause,” Clara added.
She reflected on the business, saying, “I recently launched the charity brand, Audrey.c. I started selling leggings because that’s what I know best about. Though I had always dreamt of being able to participate in such a good cause, I was surprised with the sudden opportunity. It will be great if everyone cooperates together to provide help.”