The #HERoineLegacy Magazine & Brunch Sponsorship- 2018 Edition

Dear Potential Sponsor,

I am passionate about Memphis, Philanthropy, and Business and anytime I can incorporate all three in one event, I’ll jump on it. I love honoring people while they’re still here! So I created the HERoine Legacy Magazine to do just that for Women’s History Month. I chose women to interview who I believed have fully taken advantage of the opportunity that women of our past have created for us to be able to own businesses, preach the word, write books, lead professional organizations, etc. I'm honoring the impact of those brave women of our past. The HERoine Legacy magazine was a hit and it only was released digitally.

In addition to sharing the stories in the magazine, I'm hosting a HERoine Legacy Honors Brunch for the class of 2018 honorees. The theme will be “Passing the Torch.” I'm going to have some legendary trailblazers of Memphis to speak about their experiences and literally pass the torch to the honorees and issue them a challenge of how to continue moving forth. I'm going to have young ladies in high school and college to attend so the honorees can pass the torch and issue a challenge to them, too. The goal of the event is to have multi-generational women in a room honoring, celebrating, challenging, and inspiring each other. We need your help to make this possible.

We’ve secured the venue at Church Health Center, but we will need to rent chairs and tables and purchase catering services, decorations, trophies/plaques, entertainment, photography/videography services, printing services for the magazine and event program, giftbags, etc. We need this to ensure a memorable event. Your partnership in this tells the story of your support in acknowledging women doing great things even in the midst of today's climate of fighting for equal pay, over coming abuse of all kinds and just being respected period.

Fresh Touch Publicity will handle all of the public relations, marketing, social media & publicity efforts. We thank you and look forward to having your support and will be happy to answer any additional questions. You can contact me directly at tjefferson@ftpublicity.com.

Simply Yours,
TJ Jefferson
Principal Owner of Fresh Touch Publicity

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In honor of Women's History Month, we switched it up and decided to recognize the women of today who "Walked the Paved Road" of our foremothers. We will have a brunch on Saturday, March 18 to honor these amazing women and reveal the digital magazine highlighting the back stories of these women!! Get Tickets here: http://bit.ly/eventbritetixTHL

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Women’s Luncheon to Endorse Sisterhood

Austell, Ga.- Catty fights and talking behind each other’s backs are a few stigmas associated with the cliché of how “women don’t get along”. Instead of buying in to that cliché, Ieshea Hartwell, Founder of Agapé Christian Counseling Center (ACCC), decided to plan and host a “Sistah Friend Luncheon” to honor and celebrate sisterhood on Saturday, August 24th at the Lions Club, 620 Lions Club Dr in Mableton. The event is for women to bring another woman, who has impacted their lives in a positive way- that woman could be her mother, sister, aunt, friend, cousin, neighbor, co-worker, etc.

 

“As women, we don’t spend enough time telling our sisters that they have it going on,” Hartwell laughs. “This event is all about taking that first step to making it a part of our own lives and hopefully it will break cultural and generational curses.”

 

All guests will be highly encouraged to wear hats for the “Parade of Hats” Runway portion of the program. ACCC’s brother organization, Men on Point, will prepare the food for the luncheon and serve the ladies as a way of honoring them. The keynote speaker is Minister Galetha Clemons-Thompson, a dynamic motivational speaker whose background is in social services with the Fulton County Department of Family and Children Services. Other special invited guests include local Filmmaker/Producer Yvonne Pierre and members of the Salvation Army Staff on Luckie Street.

 

The tickets are $25 each and can be purchased online at www.sistahsupport.eventbrite.com or you can purchase them directly from the ACCC by calling 404.913.6221.

 

ACCC is a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization that focuses on the counseling needs of adult individuals, couples and groups and hosts free monthly workshops for the community on various subjects through its W.O.W. Ministries (women of worth).