DAWGS recently sponsored Lipstick Saints’ annual “Christmas in July” event held on July 13, 2019 at the Chicago Hope Cafe. This event provided an opportunity for the girls to give back. At the event, Lipstick Saints members created hygiene bags that will be donated to young ladies in the DCFS system. The event also included empowerments sessions led by inspiring role models Mo Brown and Kiyona Taylor.
“We are happy to have local businesses like DAWGS see the value in what we are doing and step up to support our cause” commented Mo Brown, Founder of Lipstick Saints. “We are always happy to support outstanding causes in our city, like Lipstick Saints. Chicago is where DAWGS started and is headquartered, we have received great support here, we just want to give back to this community” Jim Glass, VP Engineering for DAWGS
DAWGS Supports Local Non-Profit Lipstick Saints
After 3 years, DAWGS continues to support Lipstick Saints mission — to enrich inner city teenage girls lives through social experiences, and positive reinforcement.
The organization specifically assists teenage girls between the ages of 13 and 18 years with their self-esteem and confidence. Those who oversee the organization, including Mo, have themselves faced many of the same challenges these inner city teen girls face. The strong women leading Lipstick Saints have overcome their own challenges and they now represent a diverse group of professional women who are refined, compassionate, and graceful. These Lipstick Saints role models are dedicated to helping inner city teenage girls live happier and healthier lifestyles.