RRM Project Love
We’re not just a brand but a statement. We are more than just fashion, clothing, photoshoots, magazines and the glamorous side of trends. We are also project love. This is our popular charity outreach for our local communities. This includes programs for the homeless, domestic violence, for the terminally ill and abused troubled children. In fact project love was in existence before the creation of RRM year of 2000 from founder Adela Delgado. This includes one of many RRM workshops that has grown popular throughout southern California. We proudly boasts our community outreach programs because of the positive end results that is produced. We strive to make our communities positive through innovation. Our goal is to improve the lives of our communities and to make this world a better place to live in. We work with individuals and organizations who share our same drive and passion and together we can make a difference in this world we live in! We are also a retailer of women’s apparel, accessories and related products.
Founded in 2005 by Adela Delgado Crosby, RRM is based in Los Angeles, Ca. The RRM sisterhood is a bond between women who share common goals and can come together. RRM started out as a group of women with a common interest but this definition only scratches the surface. The RRM sisterhood is much more profound. RRM members support one another. Women helping women. RRM encourages women to support each other, increase self-awareness and thrive. RRM is about bonding and building resilience. Our national leadership is dedicated to assuring high-impact services for a growing number of girls and expansion of our advocacy efforts. We set bold goals and a clear strategic direction in partnership with local leadership and communities.
Committed to maximizing our resources to benefit the communities we serve, RRM works with females from all over the nation. The RRM leadership are professionals who focus on the development while supporting, mentoring, and guiding females in an affirming, pro-female environment. Our members learn to value their whole selves, discover and develop their inherent strengths, and receive the support they need to navigate the challenges they face. RRM members live healthy and active lifestyles while eager to learn and mentor while developing the motivation and practical skills to be successful in today and throughout their lives. Our RRM members take the time to engage with families and communities, while encouraging females to pursue leadership positions, and serve as role models.
RRM encourages everyone to visit and participate in our specialized activities from our members while also encouraging businesses to partner or sponsor with a strategic alliance objective. Empowerment is a process by which people, organizations, and communities gain mastery over issues of concern to them. RRM unites women and girls with knowledge, support, self-determination, and healing.
RRM also works with our communities to ensure that females have the knowledge, resources, and skills to live healthy lives and access meaningful educational opportunities. We also advocate for policies that combat sexual violence and support girls who experience trauma.
International Clothing Brand
Red Rose Mafia is an international fashion brand that represents style and quality. Founded in Los Angeles, Red Rose Mafia works on a basis of creativity and responsibility, fused with the latest original street trends.
Effortless style and are at the heart of the brand’s philosophy. These positive values shine through at every level. RRMs aspiration is to be the best street fashion brand with an outstanding price-value proposition. Featuring street trends and gear RRM pays maximum attention to quality. RRM presence and influence is worldwide and is recognize in todays modern southern California street wear.
Rady Children’s Hospital
Meet our first project love doll
Handmade Therapy Dolls by Adela D. Delgado Patent trademark doll
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Project Love WORK SHOP
With the help of seniors
Coloring Book Collaboration Danny “NiteOwl” the Artist and Adela Delgado “La Jefa”
Estrada Courts East Los Angeles
Stand Up Against Domestic Violence