LARGER THAN LIFE
Thanks in large part to a resourceful gallery of Greensboro, North Carolina-area businesswomen, Bella Hearts, Incorporated has become a fixture as a rising nonprofit organization.
A credible organization whose vision includes — but isn’t limited to — improving the lives of those affected by heart, kidney, and Alzheimer’s diseases, Bella Hearts has become thoroughly committed to its frequent fundraising, not to mention bringing about vital awareness, particularly by serving as an advocate and educating as a strategic way to identify early detection, as well as better treatments and cures, as told to Making Headline News this week.
“The fundraising services we offer each year include — but not limited to — paint parties, 5K walk and runs, raffles, zumbathons, quarter auctions, and educational workshops,” a Bella Hearts spokesperson told MHN. “The proceeds that we raise are donated to other organizations and foundations of heart, kidney and Alzheimer’s disease and/or recipients of Bella Hearts choosing to assist with any financial and medical needs.”
A credible nonprofit that caters to people of all ages, Bella Hearts is steadily having a monumental impact throughout the Greensboro-metropolitan area.
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“The most unique thing about Bella Hearts is that each and every one of us was already being servant leaders prior to the birth of Bella Hearts,” said a spokesperson for the organization. “We each have a long history of serving our communities in one capacity or another.”
The sustained success of this nonprofit was spread-headed largely by what organizers would appropriately label the million dollar question.
“Since we are powerful individuals in our own way, how powerful would we be if we came together?” a Bella Hearts spokesperson said. “Bella Hearts was formed from the many answers to this one question.”
An organization whose mission also includes adding value to the lives of its recipients and other organizations, the faces of Bella Hearts are businesswomen Sherah Lowe, Sherri Palmer, Toni Smith, Amy Cole, Keisha Boatwright and Eraina Tinnin.
Another key factor for the continuous success of Bella Hearts has been the overwhelming community support.
“We are surrounded by so many servant leaders, but the ones who inspired us the most are The Last Dons, a 501c3 nonprofit organization whose focus is on individuals, who have been incarcerated or have criminal records, and are looking to turn their lives around,” a Bella Hearts spokesperson said.
Another valiant supporter of the group is Christen Miller, the CEO of Hope and Vision Outreach, whose purpose is to assist nonprofit business owners with changing their lives through philanthropic vision and action.
On September 14, the organization will host its Second Annual Rockin’ With The Bellas 5K Walk & Run at Fleet Feet in Greensboro.
This event will begin at approximately 7 a.m. EST and the cost is $10 for walkers and $15 for runners.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to The Kidney Foundation and a Bella Hearts’ recipient, who has been diagnosed with kidney disease.
Officially incorporated in November 2017, Bella Hearts became a full fledge nonprofit organization in October
For more information on Bella Hearts, Incorporated of Greensboro, North Carolina, call 336-814-7747 or connect with it via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/bizymind/. Also, send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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