The First Pink Brick is in Atlanta:

Atlanta, GA –

The Charge Up Campaign and Table Talk Series hosted its sixth Day of Celebration Saturday, October 28. The celebration of five breast cancer survivors took place at CEI Hair School, located at 88 Peachtree St SW and included hair and makeup services provided by CEI students and a photo shoot by ACE Photos. In addition to the makeovers and photo shoot, the Table Talk discussion was led by Jana Tarnovska who facilitated exercises in positive energy. The survivors that were honored are: Naomi Gaithers, Tonya Murphy, Suzanne Nelson, two-time survivor Sabrina White and Angela Morris who received her last treatment in August.

Each honoree was presented with roses and gift bags sponsored by Upscale Magazine, Beautiful Textures, Liquid Gold Hair Products, Metamorphosis Salon and Still Standing Foundation. Support sponsors for the day included Bellavue Events, 2 Pink, Creative Engine Design & Prints, Nurse Nicole and Felicia Mahone, former Charge Up honoree and 10-year breast cancer survivor.

Day of Celebration events are a part of the Pink Road Trip which travels the country providing makeovers and photo shoots to cancer survivors, caregivers and health care professionals. The goal of the Charge Up Campaign is to reach each of the 50 states and US territories. Previous states visited include North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida. The 2017-18 tour will focus largely on the State of Georgia with planned visits to Macon, Savannah and Columbus. The Pink Road Trip will lead to a special Pink Champagne Gala in New Bern, NC in March and culminate with the signature Fourth Annual Pink Champagne Gala to be held June 2 in Atlanta, GA. The 2018 theme is Follow the Pink Brick Road.
Charge Up Campaign has launched its Pink Ambassador program and CUC Hope Divas, a pen pal program for survivors. For more information email To find out how you can bring a Day of Celebration to your city email

The Charge Up Campaign and The Table Talk Series were both created by Charessa Sawyer as a testament to her mother, who is a breast cancer survivor. She says that while her mother was undergoing treatment, it wasn’t until she and her siblings sent their mother on a vacation that she started to have a more positive outlook on life. Because of this, Charessa sees a significant portion of her life’s purpose is to bring awareness to the survivorship of cancer and creating a fraternity of survivors to create a global support system.