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December 08, 2011  | by: Amanda Clarke

Solange and Beyonce

Solange is all for sharing personal moments of her life, especially through her blog. You can always find pictures of her son, Julez, or of herself Dj’ing a party or event. So it isn’t any surprise to see big sister Beyonce on her blog.

Along with posting pictures of Beyonce, Solange shared pictures of friends and family including her with brother – in- law Jay-Z and one of her favorite groups, Florence + The Machine.

She also included pictures from her 2011 photoshoot with LUCKY Magazine where she was chosen as the month’s “Lucky Girl.”

Solange may seem like she likes the “Par-tay” but there is certainly a side of her that is more grounded and tries to help others. She recently recorded a new PSA in which she asked people everywhere to help find a cure for blood cancer. Ultimately she wants everyone to ban together and register in order to become a bone marrow donor with DKMS.

Solange in Lucky Magazine

Having the maternal instinct, Solange understands how it must weigh down on your heart to watch your child suffer and not be able to help. So this past summer she took charge and hosted a donor drive at her son Julez’s school.

Celebrities taking charge in order to make a difference is exactly what is needed in order to educate the general public. This is what Solange had to say:

“Since attending the DKMS gala couple of years ago, I have wanted to lend my support in any way I could. People are dying and we can save them. Patients like Kara could be cured with a bone marrow transplant,” said Solange Knowles. “A lot of people don’t understand that it’s literally a cotton swab that determines if you’re a match. This can actually save someone’s life!”

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