Saturday, April 14, 2012

Forgiving For Living, Inc., 2012 PLUS Awards

Saturday, April 21st Forgiving For
Living, Inc. will hold our 5th Annual PLUS Awards Brunch &
Silent Auction at the prestigious Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills,
California. Each year we honor
individuals that touch the lives of women and young ladies in a positive and
uplifting manner. This year's honorees are
Byron K. Reed, Vice President Wells Fargo Bank; Bobbie Jean Anderson,
Community Leader; Ana Valdez, Founder & President Valdez Consulting,
Activist & Philanthropist, Maiko Maya, Founder Circle of Charities; Lena Kennedy, Southern
California Chairperson, Women for Obama & Southern California Women's
Health Conference Chair; and the
National Alumnae Association Spelman College Los Angeles. Our entertainment will be provided by Tommy
Johnson and our Master of Ceremonies will be the one and only Chris Schauble,
News Anchor for KTLA.

For Living, Inc., (FFL) was founded in
1999 from my work with young ladies sharing the obstacles I was able to
overcome in my life. FFL is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization, established
to provide solutions related to issues of hate, anger, bitterness and the
inability to forgive. FFL’s objective is to help promote and restore mental wellness
and provide mentorship to individuals who have dealt with issues of abuse,
abandonment and low self-esteem while aiding in the restoration of one’s
self-confidence and direction in life on their path to forgiveness. For more
information on FFL and our programs, please visit: .

support and sponsorship we receive helps to underwrite our mentoring, awareness and
educational programs offered through individual mentoring sessions and support,
our annual conference on Forgiveness, and workshops we collaborate with local
organizations and corporate partnerships.
A portion of the contribution will also go towards Scholarships and our
Financial Literacy Program. We are proud
to announce that four young ladies will receive scholarships at this year's
luncheon. As the world continues to deal
with tensions and conflict in the workplace, relationships, racial/religious
differences and more, forgiveness will increasingly prove to be the viable
necessity for overcoming these challenges.

Healing Without
Hate: It's a choice. It's a lifestyle.
Pass it on!

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