Artists for Trauma was overjoyed to once again present to the communities of Los Angeles and the world , empowerment and support to life altered adult military and civilian trauma survivors by proudly facilitating its 2nd Annual Fashion Show with strategic community partners Macy’s Topanga Plaza, My Stylist, Koziak Productons, Sharpe Interior Systems, Inc., Military Connection and Valley Cultural Center at Warner Park in Woodland Hills, CA.
AFT promotes and advocates our signature message that WE ARE ALL BEAUTIFUL no matter our physical abilities or appearances. AFT models this year are 6 gorgeous young ladies from the renowned Walk & Roll Foundation who specialize in wheelchair hip hop!
Walk & Roll Foundation dancers were sponsored by AFT to represent and re-shape public perception that life altered adult trauma survivors can be and are talented, confident, fun, sexy, and gorgeous too!
AFT also facilitated a Los Angeles and Ventura County trauma resource village with many of our long term strategic partners such as, TRIUMPH FOUNDATION, C.O.R.E., Miss Wheelchair California, AFT Healing through Art Workshops, Jerry O’Brien of Networker on Wheels.
Dr. Sarah Fraley of Long Beach VA Spinal Cord Injury Department was present and representing our strategic community partnership with the Long Beach VA Spinal Cord Department who support and offer service and resources our paralyzed veterans.
Debbie Gregory of Military Connection was present and once again was our AFT Military Media Sponsor for this event. Military Connection promoted through their online military resource website the free of charge AFT Adaptive Arts & Entertainment venues open to U.S. Veterans, civilians and their families recovering from life altered disfiguring or disabling injuries.