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Foundation for Living Beauty Hosts ‘Beauty of Change’ Event

Foundation for Living Beauty Hosts ‘Beauty of Change’ Event

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The Foundation for Living Beauty, a Pasadena nonprofit that provides supportive services to women along their cancer journey, is hosting an event on Thursday, Oct. 26, that will showcase the resilience and strength of women with cancer. 

The event, a cocktail party and fashion show titled “Beauty of Change,” will take place at Noor Pasadena at the Paseo and will feature women with cancer modeling specially designed lingerie. 

In collaboration with Everviolet and StyleEsteem, both founded by cancer survivors, Living Beauty models will display their self-confidence by showcasing a range of lingerie, loungewear, and turbans at the Beauty of Change event. 

Since 2005, the Foundation for Living Beauty has been dedicated to offering free wellness and support services to over 1,400 women facing cancer. These services encompass overnight and day wellness retreats, movement classes, workshops covering topics such as nutrition, and various sisterhood-building events.

“Living Beauty supports women at every stage of their cancer journey, offering pathways to healing and wellness,” Nancy Davidson, Executive Director of the Foundation, said. 

“The experiences we provide are transformative for these women, and the invaluable connections formed with others on a similar journey are immeasurable. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our donors and friends for their support of Beauty of Change and these remarkable women.”

For those interested in attending Thursday’s “Beauty of Change” event, tickets are available at https://e.givesmart.com/events/yAM/.

For more information about the Foundation for Living Beauty’s support services for women with cancer, visit www.livingbeauty.org

The original article can be found here on Pasadena Now.


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