Thursday, September 26, 2013
Silhouettes by Cindi for Cancer Survivors
Silhouettes by Cindi for cancer survivors
Silhouette artist, Cindi Harwood Rose, will cut silhouettes on Oct. 13, at an inspiring fundraising Yoga festival titled "Stretching for a cause" to benefit cancer survivors and their families. She founded the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation 501 ( c ) ( 3 ), in memory of her sister, Holly Harwood Skolkin, a former silhouette artist, wife, mother, photographer, and evolved human, who battled cancer with love for over 15 years. For this event, "Stretching for a Cause" Cindi hand-cut a man, woman, and child peacefully doing yoga, to depict that peace and love can cure much in the world. Yoga has been found to add much to a life span, through a vegetarian diet, and meditations. Stretching and bone density exercise benefits wellness in body, mind, and spirit. October is breast cancer awareness month. The HRRF benefits men, children, and women, and their families, to prevent cancer, help cancer survivors, and to make life better for those with cancer with loving activates, scholarships to college for high school graduates who lost a parent to cancer, free post reconstruction. The non-profit was founded by Dr. Franklin and Cindi Rose, and is directed by Lily Paxson. Any donation is appreciated, as all monies raised go to the patients and research.
This fund-raiser is generously underwritten by the gorgeous world-renown Houstonian health club, the best you can find. To make a donation, please go to HollyRoseRibbonFoundation.org