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What a 12th Annual Bratz Doll Drive at HOT 107.9!! …A Holiday event the Saving Our Daughters’ girls will never forget!!

 

 

For the past 12 years, Saving Our Daughters (SOD) has had the opportunity on partnering with Radio One HOT 107.9 for the Annual Saving Our Daughters’ Bratz Doll Drive for little girls.

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Each year the Bratz Doll Drive has been hosted by our influential celebrities, such as T.I., Lil Jon and actors from Tyler Perry’s House of Payne just to name a few, who have supported the Bratz Dolls in memory of SOD founder’s daughter, Iliss Marie Benjamin, who lost her battle with cancer at age 12 and loved Bratz Dolls.

This past Saturday at Radio One, over 30 1st and 4th grade girls enjoyed receiving their favorite Bratz Dolls from special celebrity guest, Desiree Ross who stars in OWN’s new series Greenleaf, Contemporary Gospel Trio V3, Destiny’s Child original member, LaTavia Roberson and Precious from T.I. and Tiny’s, Family Hustle on VH1. The Bratz Dolls were sponsored by Roger Bobb, CEO of Bobb Cat films and who is also a board trustee for the organization.

 

The little ones represented the Barack H. Obama elementary school in Dekalb County, as they all enjoyed being at Radio One, and was treated to an amazing tour of the station as well.

 

A big shout out to Lori Flowers and Hurricane Dave of Radio One for their continuous support for more then a decade for caring for the Saving Our Daughters programs.

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The Bratz Doll Drive ended with an amazing Christmas carol from V3 as the girls all received their CD for Christmas. WOW what a Holiday kickoff before Christmas for the girls of Saving Our Daughters

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