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Breast Cancer Awareness – October

So here it is… every year I’ve always focused the month of October on Domestic Violence Awareness and really never did anything around Breast Cancer Awareness. It’s been heavy on my heart to do something this week so I started a kickstarter campaign. With your pledge we will be able to purchase ingredients to make 1000+ Klean Boobs soaps :). Yessssss!!! We will be blessing survivors and warriors of breast cancer with vegan soaps shaped as a boob :).

I can’t imagine how hard it is to fight this battle. I only witness it from afar as my mom passed away 12 years ago from her battle. Doing something whether big or small to put a smile on the faces of women everyday facing this battle will bring a smile to all those that take  part. Please take a moment to look at our campaign. Any amount is truly appreciated. “Klean Boobs” Breast Cancer Awareness Soaps https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/434876451/klean-boobs-breast-cancer-awareness-soaps also please share with others.

** pictured below is our domestic violence and breast cancer awareness ribbon soaps. We will have pictures for our Klean Boobs soaps soon and will post them when we do.

Thank you. xo Donata

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Domestic Violence & Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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In honor of the million survivors of Domestic Violence and Breast Cancer we wanted to offer more then the traditional pins to wear. We wanted to give the gift of healthy skin.

The month of October is a month that means a lot to our founder Donata Joseph; she lost her mom to Breast Cancer and has survived a 7 year abusive relationship. There is no better way for her to celebrate the many survivors then to offer products she loves.

All the proceeds will be donated to Adding Doses of HOPE Daily Foundation to continue to fund the programs through this organization http://www.adhdfdn.org.

Please read her story and share with others, you never know who’s hiding “Behind Closed Doors“, you can also view her interview with Local Channel 10 News regarding the Ray Rice story. ORDER your all natural soaps and help support Adding Doses of HOPE Daily.

Donata LLC

Domestic Violence Workshop

October 20, 2012, Donata Joseph, Founder of Adding Doses of HOPE Daily Foundation conducted 3 workshops with children ages 8 – 18 during Domestic Violence Awareness month. In this workshop, she spoke about her story of surviving an abuse relationship of 7 years. It was amazing to see the kids/teens asking so many questions on why she stayed so long, what her thought process was during the relationship and more. The education needs to start earlier for our youth.

Adding Doses of HOPE Daily Foundation’s mission is to encourage, empower and elevate individuals and families with resources that will improve their overall mental and emotional wellness. Our Foundation offers several programs to individuals from all walks of life. Through our programs women, men and teens are challenged to work on deep core issues in hopes of healing from the inside out. Our programs and events focus on challenges from everyday life where we put our E³ (Encourage • Empower • Elevate) spin on it.

The foundation believes that it takes hard work and unity to impact our community. Therefore, we have created several partnerships with other agencies, faith based organizations and schools in the Tri County Area of (Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties). Through these partnerships we have been able to connect with various organizations and make an impact one person at a time. One of our collaborations has resulted in our Annual Women’s Empowerment Expo during Domestic Violence Awareness month.

Adding Doses of HOPE Daily looks to continue making connections with different organizations to empower our families as a unit and especially our youth. Our youth are our future, we aspire to build their character and give them the confidence they need to face every aspect of their lives. Allow us to E³ you, your organization or your teen(s).

 
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