Community Service

Rock the Red Pump 2 comments
I care about the women and girls who will be diagnosed with HIV/AIDs. I care about the women and girls whose lives will be affected by HIV/AIDs. I care about the families who will be devastated by this preventable disease. In the U.S. someone is infected with HIV every 9½ minutes. […]

Today I’m Rocking the Red Pump Because I Care

Rock the Red Pump 2 comments
The Rock the Red Pump 500 in 50 Campaign has begun and I’m so excited!  Why?  Because this is an opportunity for you, my sisters and brothers in blogging/vlogging, to become part of a global community of bloggers who are raising awareness about HIV/AIDs. Every year, the United States has […]

Rock the Red Pump: 500 in 50

National Children's Cancer Society 2 comments
Even though I know cancer can’t determine age, when I think of cancer, I think about adults.  Or maybe it’s just too heartbreaking to think about a child being diagnosed with such an awful disease. September has been designated as National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Every year, more than 12,000 […]

Blog for a Cause: National Children’s Cancer Society

CoverGirl wants to know how you are a sensitive beauty. Submit a video telling CoverGirl how you give back to the community to make the world a better place and why this makes you beautiful, inside and out. To enter, all you have to do is go here and submit […]

CoverGirl Asks “How are You a Sensitive Beauty?”

Today is International Women’s Day (IWF) ~ a global day to celebrate the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. IWF has been celebrated since the early 1900s, a time that saw tremendous economic, political and social growth and a rise in radical ideologies. The first […]

Happy International Women’s Day

In two weeks I will be rocking my red pumps for a very special cause ~ The Red Pump Project. The Red Pump Project is an advocacy organization that seeks to raise awareness about women and girls who have been affected by HIV/AIDs. In honor of National Women and Girls […]

I’ll Be Rocking the Red Pumps, Will You?