Permanent Cosmetics by Jamilla is a corporate sponsor of The Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH. The Music Hall venue enriches our community and is an important cultural asset. Jamilla urges all small businesses to show their support.
Jamilla also supports various breast cancer programs in the area. She also works with those who have breast cancer by providing areola restoration at a greatly reduced cost. If an individual of low income is in need of areola restoration and does not have insurance, she will do the service at no charge, upon doctor’s recommendation.
Jamilla and her husband Bob are co-founders of the non-profit “Save our Water.” www.soh2o.org
Save our Water is dedicated to protecting our aquifers and fresh water supplies in the state of Maine. SoH2o’s efforts are focused within the state and we work to prevent large scale water extraction, monitor our local water district, enact legislation to protect our water, and educate local communities to the importance of local control of our water.
Jamilla was featured in a award winning Swiss documentary (bonus film) which included Maine activists, called “Bottled Life” by DokLab of Bern Switzerland. When it will be featured on Netflix in the US, we will post.
Jamilla was also awarded a blog by film maker Michael Moore on his web site for her work as a water activist. Although she presently does not have time to write in that particular blog.
The organization Save Our Water was also featured in the documentary “Tapped.” Tapped is available on Netflix and worth watching!
Jamilla believes it is our responsibility to help those less fortunate and she donates to various charities.