Johnson and a host of volunteers set up stations and events throughout the day.
Participants were treated to complimentary hairstyles by volunteer stylists from Cutting Edge Beauty Institute, they got the opportunity to shop for clothing, shoes and accessories from Corey's Closet, received a hot meal in Faith's Cafe, and were given personal hygiene packs, massages, manicures and more.
The event was a day of service and fun for those who need it most.
Melba Johnson, one of the participants, just graduated from court reporters school with a 3.82 average. She's preparing for externships, and she needed a business suit. She got that and a hairstyle at The Faith Project's Christmas in July -- she said it will "make all the difference in the world."