What special event did The Morning Blend hosts describe as “so incredible”?

Hosts of The Morning Blend on Today's TMJ4,  Molly Faye (left) and Tiffany Ogle (right), interviewed survivor Jenny Vang

Hosts of The Morning Blend on Today’s TMJ4, Molly Faye (left) and Tiffany Ogle (right), interviewed abuse survivor Jenny Vang about The Healing Center and how it has made an impact in her life.

Jenny Vang never imagined she would one day be telling her story on local television. Jenny has been going to Aurora Health Care’s The Healing Center since 2008.  It has given her important resources and tools to begin to heal from sexual, physical and verbal abuse she endured since she was a child. And for Jenny, part of her healing process means sharing her story to help others just like her. Read more of Jenny’s store HERE.

On Tuesday, Jenny joined Maryann Clesceri, the Executive Director of The Healing Center, on The Morning Blend, on Today’s TMJ4, to promote the Hope Shining Blue Art Auction.TheMorningBlend logo Hosts Molly Faye and Tiffany Ogle will emcee the Hope Shining Blue event for the second year, on April 29. CLICK HERE to watch the segment and hear what Molly and Tiffany had to say about what they took away from last year’s event.

Local artists have designed five stunning denim-inspired pieces for the 2015 Hope Shining Blue Art Auction, and now is the time for anyone to go online and place a bid! We are grateful to artists Pamela Anderson, Jennifer Espenscheid, Vanessa KiKi Johanning, Peter Kudlata and Rita Maria for sharing their talents for this special cause. CLICK HERE to learn more about each piece, including a description by each author, and then place a bid.

PaintingsHope Shining Blue is a Denim Day celebration focused on empowering survivors of abuse and sexual assault. This year, the auction and Hope Shining Blue event will raise funds for Aurora Health Care’s Milwaukee Abuse Response Programs including The Healing Center, Sexual Assault Treatment Center, and Safe Mom Safe Baby. These programs help people like Jenny to overcome trauma and thrive. You can support this important, specialized care by bidding in this online art auction, open now through April 29th.

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