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LEGENDARY SHEILA E.  COMING TO D.C. BENEFIT CONCERT CELEBRATING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVORS 

LEGENDARY PERCUSSIONIST 
SHEILA E.
 COMING TO WASHINGTON, DC 
BENEFIT CONCERT CELEBRATING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVORS 
 
And Featuring Special Tribute to Prince 
Mildred Muhammad, Ex-Wife Of “DC Sniper” Joins The Cause of L.M. Foundation As Keynote Speaker 
 
WHAT:              Sheila E. headlining Aspiring 2B A Better Me Benefit Concert hosted by L.M. Foundation to support domestic violence survivors.
 
WHERE:          Cramton Auditorium, 2455 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20059
 
WHEN:            September 16, 2017 
                            7:00pm – 9:00pm
MEDIA RSVP: Members of the media interested in precoverage interviews please contact Ebony McMorris, 240.630.1163.
                        If you would like to cover the event please R.S.V.P. to ynobeglobal@gmail.com no later than Tuesday, September 12th.  
(Washington, D.C.) World renowned artist Sheila E. is teaming up with L.M. Foundation to headline The “Aspiring 2B A Better Me™ Benefit Concert Series.” The event takes place on Saturday, September 16, 2017, in Washington, D.C. at Howard University’s Cramton Auditorium. The night includes a special tribute to Prince and hits from her newly released ‘ICONIC’ album. The concert will also showcase Legendary Maryland Go-Go Band Ayre Rayde and the Northeast Performing Arts Group.
L.M. Foundation announces Mildred Muhammad, widely recognized as the ex-wife of the “DC Sniper,” and domestic violence survivor-advocate, as its Keynote Speaker. She is celebrated as an author and Award-Winning Global Speaker. Muhammad proudly serves as a Certified Consultant to The Office On Victims Of Crime and The U.S. Department of State. She is, as well, a CNN Contributor.
Proceeds from the “Aspiring 2B A Better Me™ Concert Series” will be used to open L.M. Foundation’s Aspiration House™ which will serve as a transitional home and safe-haven in Prince George’s County. It will have the capacity to house up to 25 female survivors of domestic violence and their families. The organization’s founder, Pamela Price says, “We aim to help them rebuild their lives in a safe environment; becoming their foundation as they become A Better Me.”
In 2016, L.M. Foundation provided clothing and toiletries to local women shelters and helped low income families pay for utilities. In collaboration with a faith-based organization, it’s “Back To School Drive” was a success thanks to its sponsor, a local Target, and donors. Price is now targeting families in crisis and building county relationships, within Prince George’s County, in preparation for the opening of Aspiration House™ in 2017.
Throughout the year, additional concerts will feature acclaimed national and international entertainers in R&B, Jazz, Gospel, Instrumental, Comedy and many more genres. Past performances have included actress and comedian Kim Coles, Emmy Award Winning Violinist Damien Escobar, Stellar Award Winning Artist Gospel Jessica Greene and Grammy Award Winning Songstress Yolanda Adams.
For a listing of upcoming concerts and to learn more, visit www.thelmfoundation.org and https://youtu.be/BZOOjSJPIpM. General admission and student tickets are available at the aforementioned website and Eventbrite.
For MEDIA INTERVIEW REQUESTS, please contact Ebony McMorris  Telephone: 240.630.1163 or email: ynobeglobal@gmail.com
 
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ABOUT L.M. FOUNDATION:
Life Ministry (L.M.) Foundation, a 501(c)(3), believes it can help build a new foundation in a person’s life while it ministers to the needs of underserved communities in the Washington DC Metro Area. The need is met by focusing on community-based efforts including education, awareness, and food aid. Transition for survivors of domestic violence will include emergency housing, support that aids in healing, services, food, and clothing. It’s mission is simple, but robust: to help people in need; to make a difference.

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