Miss Humanitarian Model Ma’Khyliah Tyler attended the GMI spring fashion show and gave an amazing speech about suicide prevention and awareness and anti-bullying. She received a standing ovation after she completed. She spoke about her personal experiences with bullying and how she was able to stop the bullying.
First Annual Ireland Fashion Show for Live Out Loud Charity is next month, June 25th. We are excited to build the LOLC Ireland Chapter. Meet our two Irish Teen Ambassadors Emma Gavin andJade-louise Donnelly. Meet our Irish Creative Director Una Cecilia Williams and Irish Chapter Coordinator Lorraine Denton Gavin. Everyone is working hard to bring awareness to Live Out Loud Charity for suicide prevention, anti-bullying, and core character development. Lets all celebrate life with fashion and fun. I will see you there ♡ Sherrie Gearheart
Miss United Nations 2015
President & Founder
Live Out Loud Charity
On May 1, 2016 the 8th Annual Traumatic Brain Injury Fundraising Event held on May 1, 2016 was a great success. Miss United Nations, Sherrie Gearheart and many of Live Out Loud Charity spokespeople and Ambassadors spoke at the event and help to raise money for this amazing cause. Event was held at Raymonds Bowl and Entertainment in Johnsburg, IL
Ashley Marie Jones traveled all the way to Nassau, Bahamas sharing and spreading awareness on anti-bullying for Live Out Loud Charity to the youth of that country. She also was teaching the importance of health and sports for Bill Rogers Youth Foundation.
Be Unstoppable 5K Run/Walk
Suicide prevention awareness event fundraiser for Live Out Loud Charity.
Speakers: Angel Simmons, Ms. Worldwide Illinois Ambassador for LOLC; Sherrie Gearheart, Miss UN 2015 & President of LOLC; and an American Suicideology Advocate. Many of our Queens showed up for support.
Brittany Gallarneau, Ultimate Miss Worldwide Teen USA for creating an anti-bullying patch for Girl Scouts in Northern Illinois. Keep up the outstanding work.
LOLC founder Sherrie Gearheart and Worldwide Ambassadors, Courtney Mason and Shawna Ballog and Humanitarian Model Desire Patterson attended a successful week long school tour in Indiana giving talks to different grade schools throughout the Southwest area of Indiana, raising awareness on Anti-Bullying and Core Character Development. They were able to reach so many of our youth and bring them hope.