Be. You! Global Foundation presents
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and May 3rd World Mental Health Day. With this time soon approaching our 1st Annual Ladies, Lipstick and Heels™ provides an excellent opportunity for Charlotte, NC to demonstrate its stand in ending the silence of domestic violence and mental health by supporting the numerous victims living within our community. This event provides a wonderful opportunity to educate the public, especially women on the seriousness of domestic violence, mental health, trauma, sexual assault, drug and alcohol, eating disorders and self image within our society.
All the above issues for women are very dear to me having experienced them personally all in my lifetime. As a result of my obstacles, I have been an advocate for over a decade and within that time mentored hundreds of women all over the world. As a survivor of domestic violence and mental health, I have shared my experiences and insight to help women discovery their own greatness despite their circumstances. My purpose is to empower and educate women and girls of all ages the value of self-love and personal mastery, at the same time eradicating the silence about the various issues that are attacking women and girls in our communities.
Myself, Be You! Global Foundation and our Supporters would love and appreciate you coming along side us as we embrace women and their children regardless of cultures and backgrounds in our community, who are stuck in these situations by supporting our events on the weekend of May 3rd-4th, 2019 at 820 Charlotte at NC Music Factory. Over 500+ women will be in attendance at our event of the year for women in that seeks to eliminate the cycle of abuse and challenges facing women and young girls today.
If you, or your staff, have any questions, concerns or requests, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Please give me a call at 980.288.8383 or LadiesLipstickAndHeels@gmail.com. We will follow up with your questions.
Elyshia Brooks, Founder
Shoe Fashion Show / Silent Action
When we ladies put on heels and lipstick we feel better and look good, but it is often a coverup; so help us walk more in our heels and walk out of depression, trauma and abuse into who we are destined to be. Join us for an epic fashion show and raise money to get women and young girls out of their situations for a better life.
We have partnered with amazing organizations to share with us some great information on how to recognize where we are and how we can help ourselves and others. Workshop topics includes:
"Recognizing If Someone or Yourself is Suicidal", "Set Healthy Boundaries in Relationships;" Workplace Violence and Harassment;" "What Does Domestic Violence Look Like?" and "Mental Health Challenges We Don't Talk About"; along with so much more!