(ATLANTA) – In true holiday style, with great splendor, Atlanta’s elite stars, influencers and philanthropic community joined entertainment industry veteran April Love for a night of honor and celebration at the 7th annual “Pink in December – Pink Awards” on Sunday, December 16th at the coveted Impact Event Center.
Birthed to both educate and emphasize the harsh realities of breast cancer and to celebrate indestructible survivors of the epidemic, the PID – Pink Awards have been reveled as one of the most dynamic experiences and honors in the South and becomed the hot ticket of the season annually.
April Love, the program’s founder and resilient survivor shares, “I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009 and after fighting the biggest fight of my life, and coming out on the other side, I vowed to live a fulfilling life of purpose – anchored in holistic well-being.” She continues, “We only have one life to live, and the most important thing that we can do to preserve it is to share our testimonies to strengthen others, celebrate our victories no matter how small or big, and love on each other while we still can.”
In addition to the evening’s fusion of education and entertainment, the fete will also salute five of Atlanta’s most esteemed savants, who champion charity while moving the cultural needle through their professional affiliation, for their honorable achievements.
Awards and honorees included: “The Pink Samaritan” – Girvan “Fly” Henry, CEO of Trust in Giving & Think it’s A Game Records “The Pink Icon” – Catherine Brewton, BMI VP of Creative & CEO of Hope for Harvest “The Pink Visionary” – Eric Tomosunas & SWIRL Films Family, CEO Swirl Films