Saturday, October 1, 2011

Girlfriends Films Donates $1000 to Cancer Research Institute on Behalf of Adult Performer Cindy
October's Charity Selection Helps Aid the Fight Against Cancer!
October 6, 2011 --- CHATSWORTH, Calif. --- On behalf of lesbian adult performer Cindy, Girlfriends Films is donating $1000 to Cancer Research Institute (CRI). The monetary gift in Cindy's name is Girlfriends Films' October donation in accordance with the studio's monthly charity program. CRI is dedicated exclusively to the support and coordination of laboratory and clinical efforts leading to the immunological treatment, control and prevention of cancer.
"I support Cancer Research Institute, as I hope one day there are cures for all forms of cancer," says Cindy. "I have lost several close family members and friends to breast, lung, kidney and bone cancer, so the cure is a cause very dear to me."

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Cindy continues, "I've been shooting with Girlfriends Films for over 4 years now. They were the first company I ever performed for, and I've felt privileged to work with them as much as I have over the years. They create a comfortable work atmosphere and are always respectful of the models. Their values and work ethic carry over to their philanthropic work, helping to better the world we live in with their amazing charity program."

 Girlfriends Films calls on its strong community of fans and followers to join in the fight against cancer. Donations of all sizes may be made directly to CRI at

"One of the most exciting and heart warming aspects of the Girlfriends Films Charity Program is how many of our fans follow suit each month in donating to the selected charity," says Girlfriends Films Vice President Moose. "Due to the large number of people affected by cancer, I believe we will see our largest response to date with October's Cancer Research Institute donation. Giving to CRI helps us get one step closer to a world without cancer."

Cindy most recently appears in Girlfriends Films' "Women Seeking Women 73," "Net Skirts 3.0," "Road Queen 15," "Lesbian Seductions 32" and "Lesbian Triangles 14."

Girlfriends Films has a long history of charitable contributions, having donated over $20,000 in 2010 alone. The company recently restructured its charity program from an annual end-of-year donation to an ongoing, monthly program. 2011 donation include Melissa Monet's choice of Planned Parenthood, Lily Cade's selection of Lambda Legal, Ryan Keely's pick of NPR, Trinity St. Clair's selection of Life 4 Paws, Jiz Lee's donation to Girls Inc. of Alameda County and Dyanna Lauren's donation to Child Find of America.

Any Girlfriends Films performers interested in participating may apply by emailing the following information to name, AIP charity of choice, reason(s) for selecting the charity. Chosen performers will be asked to submit a personal photo depicting the performer engaged with the charity, the charity's mission, or a similar charitable act. The photo will be used for promotional purposes.

About Cancer Research Institute:
Cancer Research Institute (CRI) is dedicated exclusively to the support and coordination of laboratory and clinical efforts leading to the immunological treatment, control and prevention of cancer. Discovery-driven scientific research is the only way to find more effective, innovative approaches to cancer. CRI is committed to translating basic discovery into real-life applications in the clinic and is dedicated to overcoming hurdles to academically led clinical discovery efforts. An investment in CRI goes a long way. With one of the lowest overhead expense ratios among non-profits, CRI's donors can be certain their gifts will make the most impact. CRI consistently receives high marks from charity watch-dog groups, including the American Institute of Philanthropy and the Better Business Bureau's Wise Giving Alliance. For more information, visit