25 September 2012

Vegan cancer-survivor launches campaign to spread positivity

Imagine being a cancer-survivor. Hair loss, trips to the hospital, and surgeries. Imagine finding a way to give back to the world?

Canadian, Hayley Holroyd has done just that. She has found a way to give back to the world.
Early in 2011, Hayley Holroyd was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. In spite of the cancer, Hayley became a cancer-survivor and went on to create P.M. Art (Positive Mental Art) and designs all of the artwork herself!

Inspired by the American author Napoleon Hill, Haley was inspired to create an ethical clothing company using “only organic, fair-trade and cruelty-free products.” Also, P.M. Art donates 10 % of profits from each item sold to a specific charity.

Hayley’s love for inspiring people with positivity and her love for art, has led her to the creation of P.M. Art. Haley believes she is healthy and cancer-free today due to her husband’s introduction of Hill’s Positive Mental Attitude and to her family and friends.

A vegan, Hayley strives to show empathy for the world and all its creation and is continually finding positive ways to make it a better place for everyone.

Currently Hayley is campaigning to raise at least $15,000 to launch P.M. Art which covers the cost for each organic T-shirt, creation and development, administration, printing, and charities.

To learn more about P.M. Art or to make a contribution, please visit: www.indiegogo.com/p-m-art; www.PositiveMentalArt.com; info@positivementalart.com; http://twitter.com/_PMArt.

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Minnesota Kim is an alumna of the College of St. Catherine. She has a rescue pet named Cocoa Puff and he is Shih Tzu and Toy Poodle. Kim is concerned with the ethical treatment of animals and cares about the quality of our environment. She avoids using harsh chemicals and other toxins and encourages others to do the same. She also enjoys a healthy lifestyle and is exploring the possibility of becoming a vegan. Kim is excited to be a part of TDIV so she can share her passions and hopefully make the world a healthier, happier place to live.

Photo credit: PM art