Palmica Robinson – Prosperity For Life Health Fair

by Terry Watson | May 15th, 2019
Palmica Robinson

Palmica Robinson

Greensboro, N.C. native Palmica Robinson created the Prosperity For Life Foundation after having a life changing experience herself. One day in 2010, she blacked out at the hospital while attending to her then, one-month old son who was sick with a fever of 104 degrees. At the time she didn’t know what was going on. Soon she would be diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

With her foundation, her mission is to spread awareness about her ailment, and assist others who may been dealing with it as well. “I feed people and have passed out lunch bags over the years. Because of my busy schedule I wasn’t able to do them as often as would have liked to,” she says. “Towards the end of 2011, I knew I wanted to do more but in 2012 my close uncle was diagnosed with cancer. I tried to put an event together within two months, hoping that he could be there to see the love in the room. Unfortunately, he didn’t make it.”

Determined to make good on the promise God had given to establish the foundation, Palmica is now planning the Prosperity For Life Health Fair for 2019. “God has always supplied all my needs, and for me to do nothing, is not good enough. I’ve been through some things but it’s so many others that have been through far worse in life than I. I hope to show others they too can make it.”

Her story may sound familiar to others. She hasn’t always had health insurance and is guilty of not taking time off to go to the doctor unless it was an emergency. “I thought, what can I do to put individuals as well as myself on the right track to grasp a better understanding of things like nutrition, their health, and more. I want them to know they’re not alone,” she shared. Her mission is to also involve high school teens through her foundation and allow them to volunteer and learn more about different health issues.

Palmica is a single mom who has been blessed with two kids. She has a big heart and seeks to help other. She has been a cosmetologist for over 20 years, and the co-owner of Prosperity Styles Beauty Salon in downtown Greensboro. “Family is a big part of my life. I love being with my kids, and spending time with friends, working, and attending church,” she says. The date of the health fair will be announced soon. If you are interested in being a part the Prosperity For Life Health Fair, or if you have any questions, please contact Palmica at (336)988-0860.

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