Monday, 14 May 2018

Sponsor a Dress!!

anyone who takes care of a child can have a big smile on their face when they see that child wearing a new dress. so why not sponsor a dress and see more smiles and happiness on everyone's faces around the world. To sponsor, all you have to do is click on the image below or click here.
(this picture was taken at the Anugrah home for Children at Ambarnath Maharashtra, Mumbai, India by Kate Muir of QCCC)

Sunday, 13 May 2018

Monday, 30 April 2018

Sponsor a Dress this Mother's Day

Mother's Day is fast approaching and this would be a good time to help make a difference to lives of a few disadvantaged kids. Make mothers in disadvantaged places happy by sponsoring a dress for their little love ones. Here are a few selections to sponsor -
1) Peasant style of dresses good for locations where shoulders need to be covered (3x) for $25.00 -
2) Two sets of boys' clothes for $20.00 -
3) Pillowcase style of dresses (3x) for $25.00 -
More dress selections to sponsor can be found here. As originally intended and still is, proceeds from dress sponsorships will be used to pay for the cost of distributing dresses to children in disadvantaged locations. To know more details about my charity work and where sponsored dresses are going, please click here. Thank you.

Sunday, 29 April 2018

Rosette Buttons for Mum

In two weeks we will be celebrating Mother's Day. Make it more special for your mums by making her wear a mother's day rosette button on her special day. A few selections of rosette buttons to choose from with and/or without streamers. 
1) Rosette buttons with streamers on sale at $7.50 each - click on the image below or click here to check them out.
2) Rosette buttons without streamers on sale at $6.95 each - click on the image below or click here to check them out.
Proceeds from the sale of these rosette buttons for mum will help pay for the cost of distributing dresses to disadvantaged children. Help make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged children. For more details on my charity work, please click here.

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Donated T-shirt fabrics

Received these bundles of cotton fabrics which are great materials to make into t-shirts. Sending them to Monika M. who accepted my request to convert them into t-shirts. 
Thank you Monika. Much appreciated.

Monday, 26 March 2018

One-of-a-kind handmade dolls for sale

These one-of-a-kind handmade dolls will be available for sale once I have updated the Dress A Girl Australia website. Proceeds from the sale of these handmade dolls will be used to purchase art supplies for Cambodia in Cambodia when I visit Phnom Penh and Siem Reap in September 2018. Watch out for the links to these dolls to make a purchase.


Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Volunteers needed to sew dresses and/or library bags

Network Heaven which is a ministry of the French Forest Baptist church is in need of volunteers to sew t-shirt dresses and/or dresses with sleeves and library bags for girls in Sri Lanka. For more details please contact Anne Salvador-Dunlop on email address anne_Salvador@yahoo.com or mobile number 0409-329-096. To know more about their charity work, please click on the link below -


Saturday, 24 February 2018

Why not sponsor a dress today?

For $10.00 you get to change a life of a disadvantaged child. Why not sponsor a dress today. All you have to do is click on any of the images below.
Proceeds from the dress sponsorships will help pay for the cost of distributing dresses this year 2018. More selections are available in my online shop by clicking here.

Feedback from Dress Distribution #117 - Second parcel sent to South Africa

Here are a few pictures taken from the dress distribution made in South Africa from the second parcel sent in early January 2018.



To see larger images of the above, please click here. Thank you to Joan Adams for sharing these pictures. Much appreciated.

Saturday, 17 February 2018

Feedback Dress Distribution #117 - Christmas for South Africa Parcel #2

Received an email today from South Africa confirming receipt of the second parcel I sent last January 18, 2018.
Also, Joan has advised that she could not send pictures of the distribution of the first parcel as they were damaged and blurry. This is for everyone's info especially those individuals and/or groups who contributed to the first parcel sent. To see a larger and more readable image of the above message from Joan Adams, please click here.

Thursday, 15 February 2018

Acknowledgement of donation made to the Christina Noble Children's Foundation (Australia) for their Vietnam Project

Received an email today from the Christina Noble Children's Foundation (Australia) acknowledging the amount of $564.00 donated for their Clean Water Tank project in Vietnam. These donations came from Dress A Girl Australia's Dress Sponsorship Program. The amount donated will be able to provide almost four clean water tanks for the poor people in Vinh Long province.
To see a larger and more readable image of the above email, please click hereMy heartfelt thank you to everyone who sponsored dresses and made the donation possible. Your generosity is much appreciated. Thank you.



Thursday, 18 January 2018

Second parcel for South Africa sent today

The second parcel for South Africa (Dress Distribution #118) has been sent today. Fingers crossed there wont be any problems with this parcel now that the Christmas season is over. For postage details, click here.

Friday, 12 January 2018

Feedback Dress Distribution #118 - Christmas for Kenya

The parcel for kenya which had about 13 dresses only were delivered by my niece in Kibera in Kenya which is the largest slum area in the world. Since there were only 13 dresses I told her to give it to the most deserving disadvantaged kids and she decided that Kibera was the place to be. Since the place was very very big and she only had 13 dresses she decided to give it to a women's organisation which looks after the place. Here is our conversation regarding the dresses -
No pictures of the 13 dresses being handed to the children but she took pictures of the slum area.



I think it was a good idea to give the dresses to the women's organisation as they had a better idea as to who should be receiving them. I know how difficult it is to give dresses especially if you have not made a previous arrangement you do not know where to go so my heartfelt thanks to my niece for finding the time to find a place to deliver the parcel. Much appreciated.