Oct 8 2014 Hollywood Helps LA’s Struggling Population With Hands-On Approach

Here’s a new article posted on Forbes.com talking about Chrysalis, organization that is very close to Lea’s heart:

Their annual Butterfly Ball has also drawn many supporters. Lea Michele, for instance, was introduced to Chrysalis when Glee creator Ryan Murphy was honored back in 2010. She and Cory Monteith were both big supporters of the cause, so Lea used her expansive social media following on Twitter TWTR +3.53% to galvanize support for Chrysalis in Cory’s memory after his final Glee episode aired. Individual donations of $10 came pouring in from around the world, raising in excess of $10,000.

Click here to know more about their work.

We hold you in our hearts today, and every day we remember your smile. We will love you and miss you always. ❤️

samanthaemilykingston:

Okay, exactly on this day I met monchele. A couple months before Cory passed. Can I just say lea is the sweetest person ever so is Cory. I don’t think you realize how short she actually is or how tall Cory is until you stand right next to them.”

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Heels: These were a gift from Cory - I thought it was so special that he bought me shoes, since most guys don’t usually have the first clue about buying them”

lea-naya-demi:

"Thank you for all of your notes. I promise I made every single on. I love you"

"There was no greater man than Cory, so for the time we spent together I consider myself very lucky." - Lea Michele

‘It just seems so positive to me… I didn’t pick the day, I had a day in my mind but I got an email and they were like ‘Oh, it’s going to come out March 4th’ and I was like ‘That is so meant to be.’ It so, it just feels so right to me, so that’s sort of been the theme of everything right now: to march forth with such strength, so that’s what I’m trying to do.’