Aniston, Cox extend support to violence-hit women in Congo

Former ‘Friends’ stars and real life best friends Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox are using their faces to front Mary Fanaros humanitarian fashion brand OmniPeace, which seeks to Stamp Out Violence Against Women & Girls of the Congo.

They are both great women that are passionate about anything they support and lend their name to and its not just about the campaign of the moment; its about real education and commitment to helping in anyway they can.
They got involved because they are my friends and support what our brand stands for, Fox News quoted Fanaro as saying.

Cox said: OmniPeace was created to give back. The first year the proceeds went to ending extreme poverty in sub-Saharan Africa and the second year was to the City of Joy for the Stamp Out Violence campaign.

I cant think of a better way to support my best friend and all the work that she and OmniPeace do to donate to causes supporting peace, education, human rights and the end of extreme poverty by 2025. Mary’s passion is so contagious and wonderful to be around that its impossible to say no to her.
It has taught me that anything is possible with enough perseverance and tenacity from people like Mary who take on these challenges that seem insurmountable and then all of the sudden seem possible, she added.