4/6/11

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Bristol Palin earned her $262,500, to advocate for abstinence and against teen pregnancy

Anchorage, Alaska - Bristol Palin was worth $ 332,500 they paid as an ambassador for a foundation that aims to prevent teenage pregnancy, the founder of the organization said Wednesday.

In his first 2009 at the factory, the Foundation of the unmarried mother and daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin was paid $ 262,500 for 15 to 20 working days, and another $ 70 000 for small amount of work last year.

Blogger, the Organization for the payment Palin has spent more than seven times the $ 35 000 in grants in 2009 to two organizations that have criticized the tax documents called "public charities that provide services to youth at risk." Cole said there was no basis for criticism. 
But Cole, the foundation paid for upholding the practice in 2009 to spend only $ 35 000 in direct health care and support services, compared to the money of Bristol Palin.

The money was "an incredible investment," said Neil Cole founder of the Foundation.

The fact that the 20-year-old Bristol Palin a teenage mother proves the problem was a national epidemic, not a limit to the inner cities and minorities, "said Cole.

Their work supports abstinence through public statements, interviews and TV spots and radio is more than a billion people on the impressions made, he said, citing a study by the Foundation.

"Someone said today in our organization, Bristol is the gift that keeps," he said.

Palin family attorney John Tiemessen did not immediately return requests for comment Wednesday.

Bristol Palin was 18 when she took the job with the foundation based in New York in 2009, several months after giving birth to her son, Tripp. She and the boy's father, Levi Johnston, are not together anymore.

Her pregnancy was announced days after Senator John McCain took his mother to his candidate for vice-presidency for the Republican vice-presidency will be in 2008.
Bristol Palin told The Associated Press last year, she was "not prepared at all" to the dramatic changes in their lives since the birth in December 2008.

"It will change virtually every aspect of your life, and when the girls realize how difficult it is to a teenage mother should be, they would think twice to have sex without the right training and knowledge," said she said.

Palin is no longer on the payroll, but she remains a friend of the organization, "said Cole.

"She did an incredible job," he said. "She had the courage - indeed, they are paid for their work - but she is bold enough to put in and talk."

PSAs by Palin and other celebrities, Jenny McCarthy, are much more effective than those given to non-celebrities, according to a survey of 1,000 young people in January by the Foundation in order.

One third of respondents said Palin message is to consider the consequences of teen pregnancy, compared to 16 percent for non-celebrities. Among respondents, 57 percent said Palin's attention and 41 percent called powerful message, compared to over 28 percent and 11 percent respectively for non-celebrities.

The Candie's Foundation is a division of the clothing brand Candie's. Cole said there are a million pregnancies per year when the foundation began in 2001, compared to the current rate of 750,000 per year.

"This is not what we do in life," he said. "What we do in life is to educate people."
Bristol Palin deserves the $ 262,500 paid paid for abstinence and against teenage pregnancies in 2009, heads a nonprofit group that defends him said Wednesday.

"Bristol has a huge amount of work for us - many days and weeks," said Neil Cole, founder of the nonprofit Candie's.

The daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin was an unwed mother at age 18 and her profile grew last year when she was a fan favorite on ABC show "Dancing with the Stars" was.

She was already famous in part for the speakers, while Sarah Palin 2008 campaign as the Republican vice presidential candidate, and their on and off relationship with the father of her child, Levi Johnston.

The founding of New York is an offshoot of the fashion brand Candie's, part of the Iconix Brand Group Inc. Cole is President, CEO and President of Iconix.

Sarah Palin has generated controversy almost from the moment a 2008 Republican presidential candidate John McCain has called as his running mate, and Cole said, is that Bristol Palin, who helps his organization.

"It's like a lightning rod," said Cole. "Everybody knows Palin, Bristol and proved, as someone said today, giving the keeper."

Some commentators have criticized the payments.
"The purpose of the foundation is not to make direct grants to providers, it is to educate," he said. "We are very proud of our work."

Payment of $ 262,500 Candie's Foundation Bristol Palin for his work in 2009 was the conclusion of the non-profit organization in detail.