In planning the release of her solo CD debut, singer, songwriter, and creativity coach Jill Allison Bryan chose to create a celebration that would combine her passions for music and art while bringing awareness and support to one of her favorite charities, Women for Women International. Blessed with a wealth of friends who also happen to be talented artists, Bryan asked thirteen of these women if they would each donate an original piece of artwork inspired by one of the songs on her upcoming CD, “Dancing in Limbo.”
Their response was overwhelmingly enthusiastic and the result will be “Infinite Possibility – A Night of Music, Art & Women Helping Women,” on Saturday, March 27, 2010, in Dallas, Texas. This special evening will include a live performance of the songs from Bryan’s CD, “Dancing in Limbo,” and the thirteen pieces of original artwork will be available for purchase in a silent auction. Krys Boyd, of the popular and well-respected public radio program “THINK” (KERA 90.1), will serve as master of ceremonies. One hundred percent of profits from the event will benefit Women for Women International.
Visit www.infinitepossibilityevents.com to learn more details about the event, listen to Bryan’s music, and meet the artists and view their beautiful artwork. You can view videos of Bryan and the artists to learn more about the music, art and their involvement with Infinite Possibility by visiting http://www.youtube.com/creativeoasiscoach. Bryan also posts interviews with the artists on her blog, Mid-Life Oasis™ at http://creativeoasiscoaching.blogspot.com/
Bryan has sponsored women via Women for Women International for the past two years and has come to know first-hand just how special the long-distance relationship with a sponsored sister can be.
When I received my first hand-written letter from Elise all the way from the Congo, it was a very powerful moment. Our connection became so real to me. It crossed continents and any other boundaries. We were simply two women – with families that we love, doing the best we can for them and ourselves. I’m honored and humbled to share a connection with these brave women who use every ounce of strength and hope they have to work hard to create a better life for their families and themselves. When I received her exit survey after she had completed the year-long program, I could see that Elise felt that her life had improved in almost every area, from her relationship with her family to their ability to receive better health care to her own self-esteem. I knew I would continue to sponsor women through this compassionate, effective program for years to come.
Bryan hopes that the Infinite Possibility event will introduce a multitude of new supporters to Women for Women International.
To learn more about this event and how to lend your support, please visit http://www.infinitepossibilityevents.com.