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The Life After Trauma Hair and Fashion Show

The Life After Trauma Hair and Fashion Show is an event created by the Pamela D. Page Foundation, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping women and children affected by domestic violence. By providing practical resources and promoting hope, faith, and encouragement, the foundation makes a real difference in the lives of those who have experienced trauma. Attending the hair and fashion shows is a fun and exciting experience and helps raise funds for this worthy cause. If you're looking for a way to positively impact your community, look no further than the Life After Trauma Hair and Fashion event.

Natakey Page Owens founded the Pamela D. Page Foundation in honor of her mother, Pamela D. Page, who lost her life to domestic violence. As an adult, Natakey found herself in a domestic violence relationship. She not only survived but was able to thrive in life after self-healing and finding purpose for her life. During COVID, Natakey founded the Pamela D. Page Foundation to ensure her mother's death wasn't in vain, and her legacy of strength would live on through her children.

What are your top priorities when planning your event?

As we plan our event, it's essential to prioritize building a solid and dependable team. Next, create a budget and determine the goals behind the event to align with our organization's purpose. After those steps, setting a date and location, branding the event, and marketing it is essential. We also arrange sponsorship and keynote speakers while determining the cost of the event and launching ticket sales.

How long have you been putting together your event? And who are your supporters?

It took us nine months to organize this event, and we couldn't have done it without the support of our local businesses, organizations, family, friends, community, and volunteers. We have been putting together this event for nine months.

How does your event help your community? How can people get involved?

If you want to make a difference in the fight against domestic violence, the Pamela D. Page Foundation is a great place to start. The foundation works to raise awareness about domestic violence and encourages community members to take action and support survivors. You can get involved by volunteering or attending one of the foundation's sponsored events and sponsored by the foundation.

How would you measure the success of your event?

While ticket sales, social media engagement, post-event surveys, and sales are important metrics to measure the success of an event, we believe that our true success lies in the positive impact and difference we make in someone's life. Even if it's just one person, we strive to leave a lasting impression that can make a meaningful difference.

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