It has been almost 20 years since the launch of her first fashion line, Givenchy, but Ivanka Trump is not only the founder and sole owner of the fashion brand.
The daughter of Fred Trump and Ivanka, Ivanka is also the first daughter to be a major fashion influencer, one of the most important roles in the industry.
She has also made it clear that she wants to be involved in fashion again.
She recently attended the 2017 Miss USA pageant in Las Vegas and wore a pink, high-heeled dress with gold detailing.
Ivanka is known to be outspoken on social issues and is a vocal supporter of the Women’s March.
But while she is often a presence on social media, Ivanka has also taken to social media to show her support for the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) nutrition program, which provides meals to families in need.
“We are incredibly proud to be able to provide food to families who have been without food for a year,” Ivanka tweeted in 2017.
“I am honored to be part of this program that has been instrumental in bringing nutrition to families, and I am so grateful for the WIC food.
Thank you @wicfood @wilmingtonfood @catholicaa_mccoy,” she wrote in 2018.
The WIC nutrition program has been a focus for Ivanka in recent years, and she has even been a vocal proponent of the program during her presidency.
Last year, she announced the launch a $1.4 billion nutrition initiative called #GivingTuesday.
This month, Ivanka announced a new initiative called Ivanka’s Hope, which aims to provide nutrition to children and families in the developing world through philanthropy.
“Everyday, millions of people across the world are facing an acute food crisis and it’s heartbreaking that so many are forced to live without adequate food,” she said in a statement.
“To help these children and their families, I’m launching a $25 gift card to WIC Food to help families get the nutrition they need to thrive.
I am honored and excited to join the Wic Food community to support our cause.
This is an incredible opportunity for Ivanka to show support and encouragement for the program and help millions more people around the world survive.”
It’s also worth noting that Ivanka is not the only celebrity who has recently been involved in the WICS nutrition program.
The first daughter has also been a frequent supporter of food banks, which have been critical to the success of WIC programs around the globe.
According to a recent report from the World Food Program, over $2.5 billion has been spent on food banks since Trump took office, including over $1 billion to feed the WDC children and more than $3.3 billion for WIC meals.
Ivanka has been vocal about her desire to help the WOC food banks.
“It’s not a charity, it’s a humanitarian mission,” she told MSNBC in 2018, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“That’s why I’ve been in politics, and that’s why we have a president who supports the WAC, and so I think it’s really important to have a strong support from our president.”
Ivanka has long been a big supporter of WICS, and her personal brand is well-known in the business world.
While the WWC has grown in size since Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, took over as CEO, the brand continues to thrive and has seen a significant rise in visibility.
In 2017, Ivanka’s first year as a full-time employee at the Trump Organization, she was named the organization’s top executive by The New York Times.
She also was named one of Time magazine’s “50 Most Powerful Women.”
While she may not be directly involved in WIC, Ivanka, along with her husband, continue to serve as ambassadors for the brand.
In 2018, she received the National Magazine Award for Outstanding Executive in Women’s Business and Entrepreneurship for her work with the Wocals Food Bank.
And in 2019, Ivanka was named a “Most Influential Woman” in Business, Politics and Social Media at the Women in the World Summit, a prestigious international summit for business leaders that brings together more than 100 business leaders and executives from over 100 countries.
In 2019, she launched a brand-new fashion line called Givenchy.
But for the most part, the Trump family is known for their philanthropy, which has grown from $5 million in 2016 to $10 billion in 2020.
During this time, Ivanka Trump has been involved with various charitable causes.
She was a major fundraiser for the Children’s Defense Fund and the United Way of the Greater New York area.
In October 2018, Ivanka and her husband launched a charity called WIC Hope, a gift card that provides free meals to women in need in Wicca countries.
She is also a founding member of the Council on Women and Girls, a