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Cynthia Gale, Eric Daman, Patricia Field & More Join Reveal Beauty in Being the Voice
By: Reveal Beauty NYC
During Covid-19, Reveal launched a social media campaign 'Be the Voice' to call attention to the increasing domestic violence during the pandemic, educating their audience on how they could 'Be the Voice for the Voiceless'. October Awareness Month also observed for Domestic Violence will continue that narrative.
Founded in 2007 by Anna Doan whose desire to serve the population while incorporating her love of beauty & fashion by hosting an annual makeover, 'The Ultimate Makeover Event' is seen as a way to honor these women through a day full of styling, pampering, and celebration. That mission gained the interest of one of the biggest names in fashion who joined in support of Reveal to 'Be the Voice for the Voiceless' Emmy Award winner Eric Daman best known for his work on Billions, Gossip Girl, and The Carrie Diaries as a costume designer has donated his talent with signature items for auction, his voice, and platform to bring awareness to the often looked over seriousness that is of domestic violence. "By supporting Reveal Beauty with my voice, I hope to give a voice and raise awareness of the very silent crime that is Domestic Abuse. I am humbled and honored to participate in Reveal's silent auction and have faith that this event will help affect positive change in these times of need."
Through its efforts, Reveal has been able to service over 1,200 between their Austin, TX, and New York group helping them to find courage & strength to reclaim their freedom. The silent auction will help to raise funding that will afford Reveal to continue to support its global partners and programming.
Reveal Beauty will kick off their silent auction beginning October 8th and will continue through the month of October with events virtually to inform those who wish to know more about how they too can 'Be the Voice' with Informational Thursday's, Instagram Live mindful discussion, and a featured panel.
"Love is the reason why we exist, helping every survivor of domestic violence and sex trafficking realize she is utterly loved just as she is, without any agenda or strings attached." Reveal founder Anna Doan.