Eliza Taylor is certainly has a heart of the purest gold. While she may play the admirable Clarke on The 100, Eliza is just as admirable offscreen. See why that is by continuing!
With her creativity and aim to bring education for the students at Koh Tao Primary, Eliza has designed an exclusive collection of shirts and a mug through Represent. In case you’re unfamiliar with Represent, it’s an online platform used to promote humane and influential campaigns by selling merchandise created by the launcher. The proceeds obtained will go to the campaigns. In Eliza’s cause, the proceeds will benefit the school children. In a tweet, she proudly announces her endeavor:
We did a little thing with @represent to create a T for @taoprimary. Your compassion and belief in mine and Claire’s school is overwhelming and humbling. Your ongoing support goes a long way in helping us achieve our goals of providing an education to these bright young minds x
In a connecting and supportive tweet, Bob Morley shared his love for Eliza’s project.
So proud of my wife, she has such a big heart and cares deeply for the welfare of these children. Thank you to Claire and @TaoPrimary what you guys are doing is truly amazing! Go to: https://t.co/5ZkcOaGIcD and show you your support. Be well, be kind https://t.co/XmkTu0Y4SJ
Then, they were followed by a series of soft responses by both. ❤
Now through August 23rd, you can help out Eliza by purchasing an item by going to Represent. If you are unable to buy, Grounders Source is hosting a giveaway on Twitter where you can win an item of your choice. See our tweet below for more information.
I am doing a thing for @TaoPrimary because why not? #elizataylor
In an adorable and sweet video, Eliza shares her shirt design and where the proceeds go.
Eliza and her friend Claire Wyndham opened the school a few years back to give underprivileged children a proper and well-defined education. Earlier this year, an auction was launched to raise funding; it contained The 100 fan art and other memorabilia. To learn more about Eliza’s non-profit school, visit their website at kohtaoforkids.com.