Soma Intimates Announces Giving is Beautiful Bra Donation

Also during the Soma Bra Donation, the company will be reaching beyond bras in a way that helps local NNEDV-affiliated shelters financially, as well. Customers can Get Gorgeous. Give Gorgeously. by scheduling a Private party with three or more friends at Soma January 31st thru February 3rd. When they shop as a group, they will be shopping for a cause-Soma will donate 10% of each party's sales to the boutique's local shelter. Plus, the hostess will receive a free bra for her own top drawer or to donate.

"Our partnership with NNEDV is one that is paramount to the success of the Giving is Beautiful Soma Bra Donation. The NNEDV's family of local shelters around the country means every bra we collect will go to a woman in your own community. Over 4 million women in the U.S. stay in domestic violence shelters each year. It's our ultimate goal that no woman has to choose between buying a bra and putting food on the table," says Van Brunt of Soma Intimates.

For more information about the Giving is Beautiful Soma Bra Donation, please visit or contact Melanie Cohen-Nathan :, (212) 524-6323 or Kristin McClement, (239) 346-4870.

About Soma Intimates:
Soma Intimates, a division of Chico's FAS, Inc., offers beautiful and sensual lingerie, loungewear and beauty products. Home of the warmest personal service, Soma embraces women with luxuriously soft fabrics, innovative fashion and an always perfect fit. As of January 10, 2013, Soma Intimates will operate 210 boutiques and outlets across the country as well as a website at

About the National Network to End Domestic Violence : NNEDV, a 501(c)(3) organization, is a leading voice for domestic and sexual violence victims and their allies. Its members include the 56 statewide and territorial coalitions against domestic violence. It works closely with them to understand the needs of domestic violence victims and advocacy programs. NNEDV has been a premier national organization advancing the movement against domestic violence for over 15 years, after leading efforts among domestic violence victim advocates and survivors in urging Congress to pass the landmark Violence Against Women Act of 1994. To learn more about NNEDV, please visit