Annually, since our first event in 2017, the African Fashion Show has donated 10% of the tickets sold at the event to charitable causes.
We do this because we believe that collectively, as a people, we thrive when the society we live in thrive as well. Testimonies abound as to how our contributions are helping in delivering better goods and services to those less privileged and we are motivated to do more.
By purchasing a ticket, you will be helping in furthering our cause of making the world a better place.
Our patrons are annually provided the opportunity to choose the charitable cause to fund. |This year’s selection is The Red Cross
Feed The Hungry exists so others may live a full life, free from hunger. Free from fearing their children may starve. Free in the knowledge their life matters, and that no matter what life may bring, we can all hope for a better tomorrow. Feed The Hungry exists so that others may live─ and live life to the full!
For more information, please visit their website at this link
Christianna Foundation brings joy and education to the children of Nigeria, transforming lives.
CF is working to improve the literacy rate by facilitating access to appropriate learning environments, increasing opportunities, encouraging aspirations, and empowering children to learn.
To learn more about the good CF is doing in the society, please visit their web page here
Mental Health Foundation Australia (MHFA) is the oldest community-based non-government mental health organisation in Australia, serving the community since 1930. MHFA has played a significant role in establishing the current network of services and support for mental health consumers. Many of the organisations now prominent in the mental health sector had their beginnings as a part of the Foundation or developed out of MHFA initiatives.
For more information about the activities of MHFA, kindly click here
Malaria is a major public health issue in Nigeria and MESHI is significantly involved in helping with the control, elimination and eradication of it and other diseases of significant public health importance.
To learn more about the work that MESHI is doing, please visit their website by clicking here.