Philanthropy

Paige is an advocate of healthy and positive self image due in part to designer and co-founder Paige Adams-Geller's personal values. Paige works closely with the following charities:


NEDA, The National Eating Disorders of America is a non profit organization which is devoted to helping individuals and the families of individuals with eating disorders. NEDA focuses on awareness and prevention and offers many tools for assistance such as programs, events, hotlines, and helpful tool kits.




RAINN, the Rape Abuse and Incest National Network is an organization which supports victims of sexual abuse and has been ranked by Worth Magazine as one of "America's 100 Best Charities." RAINN reaches out to those who have experienced sexual abuse through education, resources, and offers services for those who need recovery and prosecution. It is a distinguished establishment that has helped millions in need of a voice, an advocate, or security.


The Rape Foundation
("TRF") supports programs of the Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center, including Stuart House, a facility serving child victims. TRF's mission is to bring comprehensive, state-of-the-art care and treatment to rape victims and sexually abused children; provide prevention education programs for youth; conduct training for police and other victim service providers to enhance the treatment victims receive wherever they turn for help; and support policy and institutional reforms and innovative service delivery models that increase victim access to needed services, encourage reporting, and foster justice and healing.

The Rape Treatment Center (RTC)
Founded in 1974, the Rape Treatment Center ("RTC") is nationally recognized for its pioneering work on behalf of rape victims and its exemplary treatment, prevention, and education programs. The RTC provides treatment for an average of 3-4 new victims each day - over half of these victims are children. RTC prevention education programs reach about 20,000 children a year in 50 local middle schools and high schools. In 1988, the RTC established Stuart House to meet the special needs of sexually abused children.

Stuart House is internationally recognized as an innovative, model program for the treatment of child victims. In a unique public/private partnership, Stuart House co-locates, in a child-friendly facility, an onsite, multi-agency child protection team (police, prosecutors and DCFS workers) to respond immediately to children who report sexual abuse, expedite criminal investigations and implement child protection actions. Stuart House also provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art treatment (24-hour emergency medical care, forensic services, and specialized therapy) to help child victims and their families cope with the traumatic effects of sexual abuse and to prevent the potentially long-term deleterious effects of childhood victimization on physical and emotional health, learning, and psychosocial development.