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Heidi Albertsen is an international A-list supermodel, but the buck doesn’t stop there. She is also a phenomenal model citizen. 

All the jet setting, shoot bookings and press conferences that come with being a model of her standing have not deterred her from being more than a supermodel, they have made her a super citizen. 

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Amongst her busy schedule, Heidi contributes countless hours of charitable foundation work to many organizations, one of which is Life Project for Africa.

Life Project for Africa is a New York based foundation with one goal: to save lives and give hope to the poor in Africa. 

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In the summer of 2008, Heidi Albertsen assumed the dual roles of Chief Ambassador and Fundraiser/Event Organizer for Life Project for Africa, and hasn’t looked back since. 

Heidi and Stephen Mosha, founding father of Life Project for Africa, were gracious enough to swing by the GlobalGrind offices to tell us a little more about what they do and why they do it. 

Check out the exclusive interview with the philanthropic pair and be sure to learn more about the LPA 

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