Pangea Cares Sponsors the Annual Mother’s Day Makeover

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Pangea Cares is honored to have been one of the corporate sponsors of the 3rd Annual Mother’s Day Makeover hosted by Julie Hightower of a Better Day with Julie and The Daisie Foundation. The event took place on May 6, 2019 at the Swissotel Chicago from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

400 deserving moms across the Chicagoland area came out to celebrate motherhood with a day of pampering. Military wives & veterans, cancer survivors, working moms, and single parents received makeovers that included full makeup, hair styling, and a new Summer wardrobe. Sonya Martin Photography was also in attendance to take professional headshots for future use by the attendees. Throughout the event, there were successful women featured that shared their personal stories of struggle and empowerment to encourage all those in attendance.

As part of the Mother’s Day Makeover, Pangea Cares sponsored flowers that were passed out to each mom in attendance. Chicago Eco House, a non-profit that works to restore the inner city through sustainability and green energy, partnered with Pangea Cares to help provide the flowers from Vernon Park Garden in Woodlawn! In addition, Pangea Real Estate residents and members of the council for Vernon Park Gardens also attended the Mother’s Day Makeover.

In advance of this event, the Daisie Foundation hosted the Leading Ladies Luncheon on April 28, in which Pangea Cares helped provide a wonderful floral backdrop. All proceeds from the luncheon benefited the Mother’s Day Makeover event.

It was an amazing event and a great way to celebrate moms who have balanced motherhood, life, work, and the various challenges that have come up along the way. 

Thank you to Julie Hightower of a Better Day with Julie and The Daisie Foundation for allowing us to be a part of the event! 

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