Salon Meyerland turns local domestic violence survivors into Queens for a day.
Friday, November 06, 2015 HOUSTON (KPRC) HOUSTON -- R&B singer Raheem Devaughn is not just known for his soulful sound and socially-conscious lyrics, he is known for his heart. While in the middle of a 30-city tour promoting his new single "Queen" from the "Love, Sex and Passion" album, the three-time Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter stopped in Houston to treat domestic violence and trauma survivors to a well-deserved day of pampering. Out of his genuine concern for the community and youth, Devaughn founded the LoveLife Foundation, a non-profit organization raising awareness to causes including, HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, mental illness, autism, cancer, education, music and the arts. The women, who were selected by Dove Empowerment Ministry, arrived on Nov. 6 at Salon Meyerland in the 10350 block of South Post Oak ready to receive the royal treatment. Original Story: http://www.click2houston.com/news/singer-raheem-devaughn-turns-local-domestic-violence-survivors-into-queens-for-a-day