Miss Maryland World 2015
I am the Founder and President of the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization called Warrior Princess Initiative, which lifts the spirits of children with life-threatening diseases. In this photo, the beautiful Angelina O'Steen (who suffers from Cystic Fibrosis) was just crowned a Warrior Princess at her fundraising princess party.
Through my nonprofit, I have been able to fulfill the mission of the Miss World Organization, Beauty With A Purpose- which is helping children worldwide. I have been able to impact the lives of children all across the United States and even overseas. Since the start of the organization at the end of 2013, I have been able to raise thousands of dollars for my organization to provide hospitals with entertainment items for children, send care packages to ill children, as well as provide memorable fundraising parties for children with life-threatening diseases.
Miss Indiana World 2015
I was at Holy Family Shelter and playing with some of the children who reside there.
Miss Montana World 2015
On March 10th, 2015 I was leading a Respect Rally with Special Olympics College at the University of Montana. In the picture above is just one of our many banners that got filled up with signatures of students that promised to be more respectful of their language. Retarded is no longer accepted in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual as a disease for the mentally disabled, instead it has turned into an insult to the mentally disabled population. Special Olympics deals solely with the mentally disabled so we are very supportive of using the respect instead of retarded.
Miss Delaware World 2015
Miss World America
I am creating a fund, "Miss Delaware World for Pediatric MS". The money raised will go towards Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Research at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Today, only nine member centers are engaged in research to better understand the cause(s) of MS, the characteristics of these disorders in children, and how best to treat children with MS. In order to raise money for this fund, I am hosting a fundraiser in my hometown of Monroe, NY on May 17th. We are expecting a great turn out with amazing food, fun vendors, and an array of auction items!
Miss Delaware World America
I was interviewed by TV Station WMDT about my work with the MS Society. This gave me the opportunity to talk about all of my fundraising events I am hosting this year. One of these includes "Frontline Wars", a CrossFit competition I am hosting on May 30 & 31 at Frontline CrossFit in Wilmington, Delaware. We expect this event to have a great turn out. Proceeds will benefit the National MS Society. Since working with the MS Society, I have been able to raise over $23,000, so I am excited to see what all of my fundraisers can add to this number!
Jessica Halso, Miss North Carolina United States
World Missions Outreach provides food for 15,000 children daily across Nicaragua and educates over 350 students! WMO also links children to dedicated sponsors for food, education, clothing, and medical needs. I sponsor Emily, a sweet girl I met on my first mission trip. She sends me letters and pictures that I hold dear to my heart. I love that I get to stay connected until my next trip! Feeding the Five-Thousand provides the kids with spoons, bowls, and cups so they will be able to eat the food. Sadly, bowls are considered luxury items to many children in Nicaragua. Many of the kids used to eat hot rice with their hands. We hand-deliver the utensils and hygiene kits to these sweet kids and serve food at the villages and churches. Playing soccer and games with the kids is one of my favorite parts! I was able to assist in a dental clinic in December and we helped so many people that had never seen a dentist before. It is humbling to see how happy these people are - although they are poor in material items, they are rich in spirit. It reminds me how blessed we are to be born into this country and how we are called to help the least of these.
Little Miss North Carolina United States 2015
Natalie joined forces with the local food bank in her community, The Mount Pleasant Food Ministry. Together they collected 97 Easter baskets for children in her school district that otherwise would not have received such a blessing. This project was perfect for 8 year old Natalie Suggs! In her own words, "See Mom? Even one little girl can make a difference!" She enjoyed assembling the baskets nightly and presenting them to the food bank! Many Smiling faces were seen on Easter morning for sure!
Aili Hillstrom, Miss North Dakota World America
I donated to and participated in the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics. We raised just over $17,000 that will go towards Special Olympics and the athletes that are participating in it. I am also coaching Special Olympic Volleyball this season. I can't wait to meet all of the amazing athletes at our first tournament which will take place the first weekend in May.
Trinity Nicole Miller
Petite Elite Ms Texas
Today's International/ American Woman Pageants
My platform for 2015 is "Panhandle Mothers Against Methamphetamine", our Texas Chapter of Mothers Against Methamphetamine. Our Mission is "Help: for yourself, your family and your addicted loved one....Hope: for the future with education and inspiration from our staff, over comers and their families. Healing: through understanding, unconditional love and the grace of God".
I am on the Executive Board of Directors, and we service the 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. I got involved with them after losing several friends to the horror of Methamphetamine....young, wonderful friends who were captured and killed by this terrible drug. Deceptive, euphoric and an epidemic like nothing seen before, it is killing people of all ages, races, social standings, genders... It is absolutely everywhere.
I hope to use my State title and win a National TAW title to help our organization help more people by putting more MAMA's in place throughout the US. Currently we have MAMA's in North Carolina, Georgia, Indiana, Texas, Missouri and New Mexico http://www.panhandlemamas.com/
Miss Metro Sacramento
Miss Citrus Heights Pageant
At the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony for Steri-Clean, a company that helps to restore homes and lives specifically for those with hoarding issues. Here Jacey is with the founder of Steri-Clean, Cory Chalmers. (from the tv show Hoarders)
Jr Miss Montpelier
I am the founder of G.A.B. Girls (Girls Against Bullying Girls). I have a website and Facebook site where I mentor and reach out to girls. As Jr Miss Montpelier, I have been given the chance to not only speak more to girls battling bullying but give anti-bullying workshops. In this picture I am at Stomp Out Bullying with my adopted sister Alexis - Pure American Teen Ohio.
Elite Petite Mrs. Minnesota
Today's American Women
My platform is suicide prevention and awareness of depression. By promoting awareness and reducing the stigma, I encourage and educate people who are suffering to please seek help. One life lost is one to many.
I have lost a son in 2004, a nephew in 2009 and very recently my sister on 11-15-2013 to this tragedy. I will advocate all the days of my life to help prevent these tragedies from continuing to happen.
There is hope, please seek help, your worth it, SAVE: Suicide Awareness Voices Of Education www.save.org .
Ms. Missouri Woman of Achievement
Woman of Achievement
Ms. Missouri Woman of Achievement, Megan Horn helped lead the walk for March of Dimes in St. Joseph, Missouri at Hyde Park along with her son Rylan who was also born premature. Megan and her son were also asked to help judge the T shirt contest where those registered displayed thier feature Walk for Babies designs!
To find out more about Ms. Missouri Woman of Achievement or to find out how YOU can compete for the title Ms. Missouri check her out her blog:
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Washington's Outstanding Mom
Americas Outstanding Mom Pageant
I love using my pageant title to support children's causes.
I believe that children have so much potential to grow and become leaders when given opportunity and guidance!
My platform is "The Moyer Foundation," a National organization that assists children in distress. Their founding mission was creating "Camp Erin," a nation-wide free bereavement camp for children who have lost a loved one.
This camp has proven to be so successful that it has expanded into a branch support camp called "Camp Mariposa," that supports children dealing with substance abuse in their homes. I have been a volunteer for Camp Erin for 3 years now and enjoy spreading awareness and support of Camp Erin and The Moyer Foundation in my community.