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Power After The Pain Ministries 1st Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Honoree Banquet

Samoya Hall Gray

Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)

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Power After the Pain, Survivors and Overcomers: A Domestic Violence Awareness and Award Event

Power After the Pain is hosting the organization's 1st Annual Banquet and Fundraiser on October 28, 2017. This year's theme is "Finding your Power after the Pain"Survivors & Overcomers: A Domestic Violence Awareness & Award Event. The event will highlight available resources for survivors of domestic violence and their families. Not only are we raising awareness, we will be honoring a few of the hardworking, dedicated individuals that go to war for their community in the fight against Domestic Violence. 

Power After the Pain Ministries was established to end violent crimes of intimate partners and to empower victims through mentoring/coaching, public speaking and education, and comprehensive support services. We seek to create and nurture partnerships with similar organizations to cohesively fulfill our overall goals: to end domestic violence, serve and support victims and their children, and encourage healing that will break the cycle of abuse in their lives. The long-term goal of Power After the Pain is to create a safehouse and transitional home for victims to not only find safety, but a new them and a new life. Your participation in events such as this banquet will help fund this large upcoming project and the many others . We are looking forward to a wonderful turnout and starting point for future success to come.

This year the organization is recognizing "Survivors and Overcomers" as an active representation of the very mission PATP is striving for. So often we discussthe topic about helping victims leave. Its now time to conversate about life "after" leaving and how to rebuild a quality life after the abuse. This specific motion signifies that we will no longer stay silent about it. PATP is dedicated to building up survivors to not only survive but thrive in life. There are so many other mountains like PTSD, low self-esteem to name a few that go untalked about. Ultimately these are the very mountains that seem to big to conquer that leads a survivor back to their abuser or a new abuser. Power After the Pain believes in rescueing victims wholeheartedly from abusers. We even more strongly believe that healing and life skills including but not limited to therapeutic care, spiritual cleansing and healing, career training, past abuse healing and forgiveness will empower a survivor to break those chains attached to that past life. Enabling them to never return back there. These are key attributes associated with the organization's mission and purpose.

Keynote Speakers this year are Michelle Messer, and Monique Walker. Strong survivors in their own right, dedicated to the cause and committed to working to bring the change we so desire. A portion of proceeds will be donated to My Sisters House, the emergency shelter here in the LowCountry. This years Honoree lineup is Elmire Raven retired Director of My Sisters House, Melody Mcfadden Activist and Advocate of Moms Demand Action, Danielle Richardson Advocate and Activist of Goodbye Abuse Ministry, Melissa Davis Advocate and Activist of Goodbye Abuse, and Lashondra Page Survivor and Public Speaker. 

The organization will recognize, honor, and award survivors in the areas below:

1. Advocate of the Year Award
2. Humanitarian of the Year Award
3. Volunteer of the Year Award
4. Survivor of the Decade and Year Award

The organization will also recognize and honor the many supporters who stood behind the dream and supported the vision. Without the love and support we could not have made it this far. 

Please come participate in this honorable cause. The dress code is dressy, and purple attire is encouraged but not required.

Sponsorship opportunities are available and donations are always welcomed. Please email for more details. Looking for volunteers and vendors for event. 

Have questions about Power After The Pain Ministries 1st Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Honoree Banquet ? Contact Samoya Hall Gray

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The Pointe Event Center
4870 Piedmont Ave
North Charleston, SC 29406

Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)

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Samoya Hall Gray

Samoya Hall a devoted Christian woman active in ministry, is the founder of Power After the Pain Ministries. Samoya was inspired to create a organization for victims of domestic violence by her own story of survival from an abuser. Samoya relocated here to Charleston to flee her abuser and rebuild her life. Since being here the last 3 years, Samoya has told her story over countless times and held workshops dedicated to empowering women and men to break cycles of abuse. Samoya has coordinated her first awareness walk under Project Unity as well as been recognized by Wendell Gilliard for her work in the community. This is only the beginning for this Purple Warrior Shero. Be on the lookout for many more events to come from Power After the Pain Ministry.

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