Stacy’s sister, Leslie, was battling cancer when the TB’s Got Talent Charity campaign began. Leslie knew Stacy dedicated her Latin dance in honor of her fighting spirit and she cheered her on until losing her battle with cancer right before Stacy was announced as a Semi-finalist.
Stacy nominated her sister family to receive a NOWSA financial grant as they have been financially devastated due to medical bills. She is proud to be part of a community who cares and does something to make a difference. Stacy says with great feeling, “I can’t wait to get up there on the Las Vegas stage and dance in honor of Leslie!”
The comradery Josh and his wife, Jessica Holland, get from their TB business has helped them to thrive in many ways and once B.R.A.V.E. launched, Josh dove into his TB business with gusto.
When the Talent contest began, Josh loved the opportunity to express himself and compete to win a chance to perform on a Vegas stage! Then, seeing so many mobilize to make a difference lit a fire under him to kick up his fundraising pace. Josh explains, “This was an easy way to become involved in something that is bigger than me and to help people outside my personal reach!”
With tears in her eyes, Darlene explains that at almost 60, this is the first time she has ever felt like she truly belongs in a community like this and it feels incredibly wonderful.
Her answer to the question, 'why do you sing or sling lashes?' is always the same: To help people feel good.
Darlene knew she was going to do everything in her power to help those in need during this fundraising campaign, and thanks to her beautiful voice and big heart, Darlene certainly has!