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Throughout the year Speak Life provide many opportunities for single mothers, the less fortunate, the homeless and low-income population for them to thrive and be their best. With your help, we can continue to speak life of hope in the lives of this population.
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Warm Up The City
"Be The Change You Want To See"
Warm Up the City – Danbury, presented by Speak Life, is an annual community outreach that started in 2016 in the City of Danbury. Through partnerships with various organizations and individuals around the city, we collected warm clothing and hygienic items throughout the year, and then distribute those items to those in need during the event.
The birth of this event came about one night when our founders awoke from a dream in the middle of the night. In the dream, Cornieta was passing by a group of homeless individuals suffering from a cold wintry night and did nothing about it. At the same time, Brandon was having a similar dream. They awoke in the morning with this a newfound ache in their hearts and immediately began to brainstorm to see what
they could do to help. With a few phone calls, some advice from local charities, and the help of their friends, they received a donation of 100 bags from Primark and filled them with socks, gloves, hats, and scarves donated from the community, through both direct and monetary
As of 2018, Speak Life has served over 300 individuals in the city of Danbury and plans to continue to make a huge impact in the lives of those who are less fortunate.
"Empower Women To Love Themself"
This collection was created to empower women to be the supermodel they were created to be, not by the societal standard but by their own standard. It's challenging women to love themself, no matter shape, size, or color. Inspiring women to rock their unique, fabulous, and one of a kind self and love it.
For every shirt that is brought from this collection, a percentage will go towards helping women and children who are homeless and in transition homes get back on their feet.