After months of waiting, we were finally able to open the doors a bit and host a small event in Texas! The fashion photoshoot was executed by top Dallas studio owner  Kelly Williams Photography . It benefitted  Hugs Cafe Inc. , a restaurant staffed almost entirely by adults with special needs. Team members strutted their stuff and donned massive smiles while modeling the cafe's new line of merchandise, debuting soon on their e-commerce site. This new endeavor, Hugs Fulfilled, will mark the fourth program in the Hugs family. It will create additional employment opportunities and allow supporters to purchase items made and designed by their teammates.
Are you a stylista who wants to help from home? Jump on over and stock up on Beautiful Lives Project gear - all proceeds go directly to fund events like this!
BLP Student Ambassador Program Launch
We are excited to introduce the Beautiful Lives Project Student Ambassador Program, open to college students nationwide. This resume building program will expose participants to the non-profit sector by participating in program development, marketing, fundraising, volunteer organization, and event coordination. Ideal candidates are passionate about the disabled population and creating a positive change in their community. They enjoy fostering friendships through peer interactions and are interested in future employment in a non-profit organization. If this sounds like you or someone you love, please click the link below to learn more about our Student Ambassador Program.
New BLP Chapter Announcement
Charging right along to meet our goal of opening four new chapters by 2021, we are proud to announce our latest chapter, the Beautiful Lives Project: Detroit-Ann Arbor! Our chapters rely on volunteers and community leaders for help in planning and coordination. If you know of a person, group, or organization that would be interested in helping us achieve our mission, please visit our website at  or click the link below.
BLP Recurring Giving Program Begins
We've all been touched by isolation and loneliness due to Covid-19's social restrictions. As our country begins to reopen, the abled community will one again return to a socialized life. However, there are disabled individuals who's lives never changed due to quarantine measures and will not change unless we take action. With the launch of our Recurring Giving Program we can expand our reach by opening four new Beautiful Lives Project chapters across North America. Recurring gifts will ensure we are able to work with more communities, organizations, groups, and individuals to create, build, and expand our inclusion efforts as our country reopens its doors to social interaction.
We have been amazed by the level of support we have received from you to date and today we’re being bold and asking for recurring gifts to help. Help us achieve our goal by committing to a monthly gift today. 
Beautiful Lives Project Co-Founder, Bryce Weiler recently shared his story on iHeart Radio station 630 KHOW in Denver, with Ross Kaminsky. Check out the interview by clicking the link below.
Not an Atlanta Hawks fan? That's okay, you can still hear Bryce's interview about his life gaols with Jon Chuckery on 92.9 The Game by clicking the link below!
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