Time: October 25, 2015 from 10am to 4pm
Location: The Union Mill
Street: 1500 Union Avenue
City/Town: Baltimore, MD. 21211
Website or Map: http://www.divabycindy.com
Event Type: outreach
Organized By: Cindy Tawiah
Latest Activity: Oct 9, 2015
A Day of Healing, Restoration, and Transformation!
The upcoming DIVA Project outreach event in October culminates the 11-year anniversary of the DIVA Project – healing, restoring, and transforming the lives of women victims of domestic violence – changing the world, one diva at a time.
Since 2004, the DIVA Project has partnered with local transitional facilities in Baltimore, Maryland mainly House of Ruth, Maryland life Crisis Centre to provide victims of domestic violence wellness services, workshops, and counseling centered on restoring beauty from the inside out. Over the years, participants have received hair and beauty services to uplift them on the outside and heard from guest speakers who shared information and resources to uplift participants on the inside. As with past outreach events, this final DIVA Project of 2015 will deliver services and resources for the mind, body, and spirit.
The success of the last 10 years of serving Baltimore with this outreach has been made possible by the many business sponsors, community leaders, and local supporters of the DIVA Project, including beauty experts, motivational speakers, and a host of volunteers.
The upcoming outreach will take place on Sunday, October 25, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at The Union Mill, 1500 Union Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21211. Donations to support this outreach are welcomed, and local media is encouraged to cover this event.
The DIVA Project is the vision of entrepreneur and philanthropist, Cindy Tawiah, who is committed to promoting whole body wellness through her business and outreach efforts. Ms. Tawiah is passionate about wellness and empowering women of all walks of life and seeks to expand the DIVA Project model to other major U.S. cities.
To continue this work and expand beyond Baltimore, the DIVA Project needs major support. Join the effort! Help break the chains that imprison victims of domestic violence and help begin the healing. We need widespread attention and awareness on the domestic violence epidemic and the perils that victims of domestic violence face. The DIVA Project encourages business sponsors, supporters, and volunteers to give to this worthy cause and help us bring this outreach to your city.
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