Curve Appeal Chicago is comprised of amazing women that are passionate about impacting the lives of women and girls, and making a difference throughout their communities.
They are professional, everyday women from various backgrounds. They are educators, business owners, health care professionals, entrepreneurs, accountants, corporate executives, creatives, fashion designers, models and more.
Curve Appeal Chicago continues to be part of the international movement, Curvy Alliance (formerly known as Project Curve Appeal), and continues to uphold it's committment to Sisterhood.
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Curve Appeal Chicago was launched in 2011 as part of a National Movement, to correct the distorted perception of curvier women, while empowering and educating women to celebrate their beauty, embrace and enhance their curves and live a healthy lifestyle.
Curve Appeal Chicago's passion, presence and efforts within the Movement lead to the creation of programs and events that addressed the social, emotional and physical needs of women & girls. As well, Curve Appeal Chicago became a platform for women entrepreneurs and business owners.
Curve Appeal Chicago has directly impacted hundreds, and indirectly impacted thousands.
Curve Appeal Chicago is committed to making a difference.
Curve Appeal Chicago's mission is to Educate and Engage women and girls through programs, events, and activities that Empower them to embrace and understand their worth, their value, and their ability to live a successful, happy and
Curve Appeal Chicago connects women and girls with resources and opportunities, and continues to be a platform that facilitates networking, learning, a sharing of experiences, and a strong sisterhood.
Curve Appeal Chicago has been serving the Chicago community since 2011 as a grassroots movement and sisterhood. In 2020, Curve Appeal Chicago incorporated and became an organization.
Curve Appeal Chicago is now a 501c3, nonprofit organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.