In collaboration with the Girls 2 Women Mentoring Program at Elim Christian Fellowship, Women Against Violence Everywhere (WAVE Buffalo Inc.), a nonviolence organization that serves the needs of at-risk young women and girls, presented two exciting and inspirational events, both Elim Christian Fellowship, 70 Chalmers Avenue.
On Friday, March 1, “If A Song Could Tell My Story” featured women from various backgrounds who will share their testimony through song. This year’s theme is 200 Women in Pink. Women are asked to wear pink. There was a prayer for women and women’s issues by women in the community from 6:30-7:00pm. (Doors open at 6p.m.).
Guest Psalmists included: Prophetess Alicia Tucker, Darcel Blue, Falisha Young, Kimera Lattimore, Denise Mullen, Ariel Gibson, and Annetta Williams.
Today Saturday March 2 the 5th Annual “You Don’t Know My Story Empowerment Breakfast” will take place. This year’s theme is also 200 Women In Pink and women are asked to wear pink. Donation is $25 in advance $30 at the door; youth 16 and under $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
Keynote speakers include Crystal Rodriquez, Esq. business lawyer and entrepreneur; Kawanza Humphrey, Executive at Key Bank; Dr. Tara Jabbar Gyambrah award winning author and coach; Nicole Drye, Commissioner of Recreation City of Buffalo; Evangelist Dianna Hobbs founder of Empowering Everyday Women Ministries; Rhonda Mingo former Buffalo Jill; and Nia Badger owner of MMW Style Studio, LLC.
Through their individual trials and tribulations, victories and successes, these women all have a story to tell that is inspiring and motivational. Come out and listen to their story, enjoy a delicious breakfast, and network with some amazing women.