Loving From the Inside Out (LFTIO) 2014
presented by Emmett Till Legacy Foundation (ETLF) and the Circle of Women
Honor a special woman in your life!!!
Nominate her for the 2014 Woman of Courage award!
(to be presented on March 15, 2014 during LFTIO in Pensacola, Florida, during the
"Woman of Courage" Awards Luncheon, at New World Landing, 600 Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS EXTENDED!
Do you know a "Woman of Courage"?...Some one who has qualities like Mamie Till Mobley, the mother of Emmett Till. Her unselfish decision to have an open casket funeral for her only 14 year old son, sparked the civil rights movement, sent a charge of out rage" and touched the hearts and minds of those around the world!
Here are the qualities we are looking for. Please Nominate>>>> ■A woman who has demonstrated the ability and resolve to transform tragedy, disappointment, heartbreak and or loss into " a lasting legacy of courage and hope".
■ A woman who has moved beyond the ordinary to do... the extraordinary by making strides to move forward while engaging in action when most others would not.
■ A woman whose unselfish actions, spirit, and complexities, motivates and inspires others. Think of the names of women , whose act of courage makes them stand out among others. (These women could be well known to many or an unsung shero to others.)
Nomination deadline extended to December 30, 2013. Please send in now!:
+ Give us the name and contact info (tel no. and email address) of your nominee and tell us why you think your nominee should receive this award. Please include a description of her actions and/or qualities that make her a great nominee.
+ Deadline Dec 30, 2013.
+ Send nominations via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
+ Place "Woman Of Courage" Award nomination in the subject line.
+ Include your name and contact info.
The Board of Directors and Ambassadors of
Emmett Till Legacy Foundation "creating a legacy of hope"
Emmett Till Legacy Foundation is a 501c3 non profit organization "creating a legacy of hope" in memory of Emmett Louis Till and his mother Mamie Till Mobley. A donation to support our efforts can be made at