Monday, February 23, 2009

TOTALLY Kimleigh!


Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Day of Service Call

In honor of our new first lady's national call to service - Monday, Jan 19th on Martin Luther King Day, I did a free hour of empowerment to women nationwide that you can now listen to anytime.

Those of you who saw my Vote For Change video during the election campaign know how much I love Michelle Obama. When she calls us to be of service I stand at attention. What I did not see on the list were ways to be of service to women and children issues. You know me - I can't keep my big mouth shut so instead of complaining about it, I got solution oriented! I spoke for about an hour. On the call I continued my mission of inspiring and empowering all survivors to heal and lead joyful lives by sharing ways to be of service in your community by helping women and children.

Listen to the call anytime.

Everything you do affects everything else so do well for yourself and others! This national service call was presented by The Angela Shelton Foundation.

You can now watch and download the NEW official version of Searching for Angela Shelton on Amazon!

The hard copy DVD is having the Spanish subtitles put on it right now! We were held up because I made a censored and uncensored version so you can use it in your church groups and in your schools. For those of you who speak Spanish please help me spread the word about the Spanish DVD! Contact me if you'd like to volunteer to help at

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Run and Rally to Stop the Silence

Join us!! Register for the Run and Rally to Stop the Silence: Stop Child Sexual Abuse (, April 19, 2009 in West Potomac Park, Washington, D.C. The Run is an upbeat, educational event that includes a 5K run, a 1K kids' run, music, motivational speeches, organizational booths, fun and games for the kids, a raffle with great prizes, the Guardians of Children and Bikers Against Child Abuse of Gettysburg, and more. We are inviting registration at this time (encourage your friends and colleagues and families), and we are seeking help with PR and outreach (contact Pamela Pine,, volunteers for the day of (see the Web site), and speakers (survivors and their supporters), as well as help in other ways.