By Laura Medina
Twila True on the left and RHOC Gretchen Rossi on the right.
Bravo's "Real Housewife of Orange County" star, Gretchen Rossi, lent her star power to shine a spotlight on a worthy cause, True Sioux Hope Foundation. A charity by Oglala Sioux Native American, jewelry designer and Twila True Beauty entrepreneur and CEO and President of True Family Enterprises: True Investments, True Fresh HPP, True Venture Capital, Twila True Fine Jewelry, Polished Perfect Studios and Twila True Beauty, Twila True.
Even Hollywood celebrities, such as Janice Dickinson, lent support for the True Sioux Hope Foundation.
Twila's and Gretchen's Women's Power Brunch was a great way to use Gretchen's popularity and social pull to bring attention and focus on True Sioux Hope Foundation, where it raises funds for Sioux women, Twila's Native American tribe. Twila is returning her good fortunes to those who need it back home.
Guests freely and happily socialized and flirted between the brunch buffet of salad and hearty grilled sandwiches inside Envy Nightclub and the backyard lounge where they can try and buy Twila's jewelry and get a Twila True manicure then buy a nail polish. The profit made that day will be donated to her foundation's 12 Cycles program, supplying basic feminine hygiene products to girls, so they continuously go to school, uninterrupted.
In fact, Gretchen and Twila stopped the festivities, to do a speech about the purpose behind the party then showed a documentary on Twila's foundation and what the party is all about, helping young girls and women having basic necessaries that many take for granted.
There's a simple but special bracelet with the Twila True emblem, where the proceeds goes directly to Twila's True Sioux Hope Foundation.
Keep your eyes out for it and the special bracelet.
The TRUE BEAUTY WHEEL,..
Twila True Beauty, based on indigenous Pine Ridge Reservation-grown plum and numerous other antioxidants and oils grown in the reservation. They're used in the bodycare collection and her all-natural healthy nail polishes, retailing at a very reasonable $12 a bottle, are focused on giving back to her Oglala Sioux Pine Ridge Reservation.
Twila True Beauty's nail polishes' color spectrum ranges from sophisticated nude and rose classical natural to fun and funky, are influenced by the Lakota Sioux Tribe.
Profits from her Twila True Beauty line goes to her True Sioux Hope Foundation. The foundation provides critical aid and empowers Tribal members to act, positioning this generation for success and her True Children’s Home, a children’s orphanage.
Beauty and a brunch party with purpose.