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Come out and enjoy a night of fun, fashion and entertainment as we welcome you all to our 1st annual W.A.R. event. W.A.R. is an acronym for "We Are Rising".
Our event is designed to empower our women who have faced difficult challenges in their lives and help them keep the momentum of motivation to it's highest peak.
Expect Mini-Makeovers, Hair & Makeup tips, Raffles, Give-a-ways, Music & Entertainment along with special surprises.
We are working to get sponsors for women who are currently in a DV women shelter to help them with housing, and education. You can sponsor a women who is in dire need of help. Help us change the lives of these women by being a part of Women Empower Us. We mean WAR!
W.A.R Domestic Violence Event will have ample media circulation leading to the day of event as well as media coverage in attendance.
Brought to you by:
Author Esha Jay/Black Mogul, INC
Aurora Gordon /Battered2Beautiful
Hosted by Best selling Author Teri Woods ,
Socialite : Chris Avery
Chrissy Monroe Of VH1's LHHNY (Survive to Thrive)
Why should you sponsor?
Sponsor One of Our Events be recognized with your logo name on our website and in press take photos on the red Carpet with celebrities Sponsor Today and Send us your Logo
(Food/ Gift Bags/ drinks/Food/ Music Bands /Public Speaking/PR Services/ Media/ TV/Magazines/ Celebrity/ Art to sell at event to sponsor a struggling or Abused women
Donate: Women and children Supplies! ________________
Furniture/ Cloths/ Toys/ used cars/ Women products
April's beginnings define the true meaning of struggle. She went through major abuse to being a foster kid, and went through numerous homes. She didn't have a family, and bounced around a lot.
April's started with some small construction jobs at 15 to pay for school, cheerleading uniforms, and clothes–it was then she discovered she had a knack for construction, but wouldn't realize the potential of her talent for years to come.
April has a story of going through every tradgdy and hard ship imaginable. This gave her the passion to help other women.
The Founder April Malloy Peacock doesn't look like a construction contractor or that she has nine kids.She has struggled in a male dominated industry from not getting paid to a Women Jelousy fighting to take her down. this is when she knew she had to do something from becoming a voice to end bulling to help other women to be paid equal and treated equal rather 1099 contractor to w2 Employee. When clients don't pay and treat contractor unfair it effects employees.
Contact the Organizer
Contact the Organizer