By Kelly Zwicker
This week we are sharing New Year's Resolutions for 2018, the Fashion for Conservation edition! The Fashion for Conservation team, as well as our readers, have ideas and visions for the next year that would be amazing to accomplish. We love to hear feedback from our supporters in regards to upcoming projects and goals. Below are the resolutions of all the above, big and small, some for FFC's growth and some for personal growth.
They are all anonymous, because no matter what role you play in FFC's initiatives, that role is so appreciated. xx
"Raise an additional million dollars for conservation Through fashion for Conservation"
"Campaign for and launch the Fashion for Conservation sustainable e-commerce platform"
"Raise even more awareness of conservation through social media platforms."
"Getting FFC's Instagram to 100k by the end of 2018"
"Adding more media influencers to help spread the mission of Fashion for Conservation"
"Obtain a substantial subscriber list to the FFC blog"
Connect more with Nature"
"To see more National and state parks"
"Walking in NY Fashion Week"
"Staying organized and focused"
"Continue to merge the concept of Fashion and Conservation in all ways possible"
"Support and empower designers to use sustainable and methods by showcasing their art through FFC's runways and e-commerce"
"Connect with over 20 global conservation non-profits and conservation leaders to be ambassadors of FFC"
How are you using fashion to fight for conservation? How are you making strides towards a more sustainable lifestyle that will preserve so many amazing species that we share this world with? Whatever it is, you are a part of this initiative.
FFC wishes you a happy New Year full of inspirational goals that have yet to be achieved! Let's take on 2018 together, with a brighter future for the bond of fashion and conservation.
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Kelly is a lifestyle blogger based out of Seattle, Washington. She has her own website kstateofmind.com. She currently blogs her personal style, travel adventures, and health tips. Being a former collegiate tennis player and public health major, Kelly loves to get involved with a variety of collaborations, not excluding her lead blogger role with Fashion for Conservation. She utilizes her passions for photography and writing for her freelance work and creative drive.