3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Legacy Financial Services of Las Vegas is hosting their 3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament to benefit The Cupcake Girls at Las Vegas National Golf Club. Friday, June 12th Registration at 7:00 AM Shotgun start at 8:00 AM 4 Man Best Ball Format Individual Golfer: $150 Foursome: $500 To register for this event, contact Greg Feese at gfeese@financialguide.com or call 702-707-0672. An awards ceremony and BBQ lunch banquet will follow. In addition, there will be a putting contest, raffle, and silent auction. Raffle tickets are $5 each, or 5 tickets for $20. The annual Legacy Financial Services Golf Tournament is a prime opportunity to partner with our firm in supporting a local Vegas charity. We...


Coffee & Cupcakes Arrives in Portland

For the last few months I have had the privilege of serving as the Chief of Direct Care for The Cupcake Girls Portland.  In that time I’ve met extraordinary individuals from all walks of life working in the adult entertainment industry; some enjoying a successful career, some seeking additional support in varying capacities.  Each time I interact with the clients we connect to community partnerships and resources, I’m grateful to work for an organization that can provide a wide variety of assistance when requested. In February, the Portland branch of CCG acquired an office space, something we’ve been working towards since this non-profit began.  A primary goal for obtaining an...


What a Difference a Run Makes

The Sweet Run is our biggest fundraiser of the year and is definitely my favorite. This event is fun, gets many volunteers involved, and allows us an opportunity to share the Cupcake Girls’ mission with friends and family on a more personal level.  I love it because it combines two of my favorite things, this organization and running.   A few years ago you would not have recognized me. I was heavily drinking, involved in a variety of drugs, and smoking. The party lifestyle led me to a very dark place, and one of the things that changed all of that was running. My sister asked me to go for a run with her and I ran about two blocks and called it good. I could barely breathe and my whole...