Breaking The Chains Foundation First Eating Disorder Platform to Present at 4th Annual World Wide Women's Girls Festival
Breaking The Chains Foundation is the first eating disorder platform to present at the 4th Annual World Wide Women's Girls Festival at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, California on November 9th, 2019
The World Wide Women's organization is expecting over 7,000 girls and their families from all around the country to attend. Attendees will gain resources to help them thrive, build self-esteem, self- empowerment, follow their dreams, learn, discover, and ultimately a day of power, possibility, and fun!
Breaking The Chains Foundation under the leadership of founder Debra Hopkins is a volunteer grassroots non-profit charity based in Los Angeles. BTCF is committed to presenting engaging programming and resources through live performances, film, seminars, workshops, live streams, and campaigns by using a variety of art mediums with the intent to unmask the stigma around eating disorders and mental health.
BTCF Board Members: Debra Hopkins (President), Jillian Rose Reed (MTV's Awkward), Carolyn Hennesy (General Hospital), Raja Marhaba (The Johnathan Foundation), Alex Little (Celebrity Choreographer)
BTCF will be hosting three workshops during the festival:
1. How To Love Yourselfie will be one of the featured interactive exhibits presented by BTCF, which includes an art-filled activity created by celebrity ambassador Jillian Rose Reed (MTV's Awkward).
2. The 7 Chairs Experience incorporating the art of dance and movement lead by Alex Little (Celebrity Choreographer)
3. Developing a Healthy Growth Mindset workshop taught by fitness trainer Krista Stryker (12 Minute Athlete).
In addition to the workshops, the 7 Chairs dance choreographed by Alex Little (Celebrity Choreographer)
Breaking The Chains Foundation sponsors include; Plantation Farm Camp (David & Suzanne Brown), Annie McQuitty Productions & Dance Excellence, Keystone Treatment, Martec Construction, Sky of Blue Cards, Dr. Marina S. Zeiber, MD, Dr. John W. Little, MD, FCCP, and James Wirth Photography.
For tickets, times, and more information about the World Wide Women's Girls Festival visit: https://worldwidewomengirlsfestival.org/
For more information about BTCF visit: www.breakingthechainsfoundation.org
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