17-year-old Eva McGauley has raised black corset lingerie nearly $ 60,000 to help support survivors of sexual violence because many of her friends suffer the consequences of sexual assault.
Now, after years of cooperation with other charities, Eva will launch an organization called Eva's desire, which will provide a platform to help young people fight for their own beliefs.
The launch of Eva next week will coincide with the official release of Eva and Lonely, whose act is the actress Lena Dunham.
Lonely has promised to donate all the proceeds from black corset lingerie the Internet and remove it from the sale.
Eva said: "They just contacted me at Christmas, but said they liked what I was doing and had $ 1,000 in the store."
"I am very, very grateful to say that if possible, I am happy to help them," the picture took place in this situation.
Eva was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal carcinoma in 2015 - this relatively rare form of disease affects the upper larynx above the sinuses, which she considers gland fever.
After months of receiving chemotherapy and radiotherapy, Eva was told she was relieving.
"Then three weeks later they said they were wrong ... actually showing [cancer] is the terminal," Eva said.
So Eva's wish was born.
In New Zealand, one-third of the girls under the age of six and one-seventh of the boys may be sexually abused.
"I read these statistics and think they are horrible, but black corset lingerie for me, when the statistics stopped the numbers and began to actually become my friend, I found a question [how much sexual assault] Baby said.
"I want to do anything I can help."
Eva began raising funds for HELP, a nonprofit organization based in Auckland that helped women and children recover from the consequences of sexual assault and gave Givealittle in July 2016.
The purpose of fundraising is to help teenagers play a positive role in people's lives, which will continue after she leaves her bucket.
Lonely donated money will also be used to help Eva's Wish project to achieve this goal, three of which will be carried out this year.
The first is to create an online video series for black corset lingerie young people, how to raise money.
"When I started raising money, I found that, and I could not find anybody who was fit for me or the age group," Eva said.
She also aims to support school better sex education black corset lingerie and work with HELP to develop guidelines that schools can follow when a partner is sexually challenged.
Eva said she was very happy and grateful to Lonely's support and hoped that other brands would be able to go online.
Helene Morris, co-founder of loneliness, said he hoped that through Eva's desire to take photographs and raise funds would lead to black corset lingerie more awareness, support and education.
"Eva is our ultimate inspiration. Choosing to spend time trying to have a positive impact on people's lives is incredible."
Eva's wish will be launched on June 29 at Wellington's BizDojo. More details can be found here.