The Black Art Depot

Rhonda Thompson, Founder of Rose of Sharon Transitional Living for Women Inc.

The Black Art Depot was proud to support Rose of Sharon Transitional Living for Women and the Pampered Beauty Project during their initial Domestic Violence Fundraiser. Hopefully our participation in the event held today in Fairburn, Georgia at Elegant Occasions Event Center and donation will help make a difference in the lives of female survivors of Domestic Violence and Homelessness. We would like to encourage those that visit our website to learn more about these two organizations and consider supporting them and their movement.

Rose of Sharon Transitional Living for Women, Inc. is a non-profit organization that serves women and children of Greater Metropolitan Atlanta by supporting survivors of Domestic Violence and Homelessness by empowering them, renewing their hope for life and assisting them to become self-sufficient. You can learn more about this organization and its founder Rhonda Thompson by visiting their Facebook Page or contacting them via phone at: 678-322-8639.

The Pampered Beauty Project is an organization founded by Brittany Briggs, owner of Brittany's Brazilian Beauties, that provides a full day of makeover and spa services for survivors of Domestic Abuse and Breast Cancer in the Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia area. You can learn more about their cause by visiting their Facebook Page.

Written by Kani Ayubu — October 25, 2014

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