Neauxla Chic Fundraiser for Safety Awareness Training Program for Children

As you all know I recently changed the spelling from NOLA to Neauxla Chic, because of trademark issues but I’m feeling the look of the new spelling.

Neauxla Chic is my pseudo name while I work my brand, community advocacy. I collaborate with WSBN Radio in New Orleans and I’m in the 1st stage of taping “Let me show you my Nola” and as you all know I’m a blogger.

I’m an entrepreneur regardless to what hat I have on, but I loving my new NeauxLa Chic Hat! We stream live to all social media entities, but as you all know WordPress does not have a video share or Live recording option. I decided to post my live feed for my reader to see, just so yall, wouldn’t feel left out. Lol

Here’s the video from tonight.


I’m also in the process of hosting a tshirt fundraiser to assist me in raising money for St. Roch Kid’s Krewe Safety Awareness Day! After a string of bad incidents at the park I feel the kids need to be educated on 1st aid and CPR infomational training. As well as a Say No, Stranger Danger Awareness. Without going into specifics, please know these incidents happened at the park all during the daylight with plenty of kids playing. I’m so shaken up from gun violence and child predators canvassing the park for their next victim. Please help me.

Feel free to check out the link to buy your very own Neauxla Chic tshirt! Thank you in advance!



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2 thoughts on “Neauxla Chic Fundraiser for Safety Awareness Training Program for Children

  1. Wuz Up Queen
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    Stay Up Queen Peace

    1. Aww thank you! I felt like i was under the bed with you!! I used to hide in the closet with the headphones and the house phone! Love it you need to share this!

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