Celebrating Lovely Ladies

This Artwork is Dedicated & Donated to:

” THE LOVELY LADY CENTER ”
7916 2nd Ave,
S.Birmingham, Al 35206

Their Vision:
A world where every woman and child has overcome their barriers and has the tools to succeed a world, where poverty,addiction, violence and crime are no more.

Their Mission:
To empower women, through faith-based initiatives so they can return to society as well equipped women of God. Their target is wholeness, academically, physically, spiritually and emotionally.

Their Values:
Christmas Centered, Accountability,Communication, Integrity and Systematic.
The lovely lady Center Calling & History:

In 2003 Brenda Lovelady Spahn, Founder & Director, recognized the importance behind Mathew:25:40 and began ministering to women in prison in 2003 through a developed 5019c03 Non-profit. Acknowledging the hopelessness of incarcerated women & their impending return to prison upon their release, Brenda felt led by God to open her home to women coming out of prison. In October, Lovelady received the first six women into the Spahn home directory tly from Julia Tutwiler Prison. In 2005, within the first 9 months Lovelady had outgrown their whole way Home & moved into a 28000 sqft building G located in Eastlake formerly known as the East-End Hospital. In 2006, Knowing children were part of Mother’s transformation were restructured into ” Kid Zone”.
By 2007 – 2014, The Lovelylady Center now houses over 400 women and children from all walks of life and the things they provide – Housing, Food, Clothing, Church, Counseling, GED, Classes, Job Training and Placement, Transportation, Self help Classes,Substance abuse Program, Medical, Day-Care after school Programs etc.,

Their Key Distinction – They are the Largest Ministry of it’s kind, Accepting Women & their Children.
Their Key Staff:
Brenda Spahn – Founder & Executive Director
John McJeil – Chief Operating officer
Melinda Megahee- Director
Bob Prescott – Controller
Rosie Mullen – Chief Financial officer
Jeanne Carrere – Director of Development

They have 400 Volunteers who assist with special projects, such as room makeovers Playground rehab, Update Day Care facilities.
CELEBRATING WOMEN

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