Just a reminder to everyone and I do hope you all understand that the P.O. Box number I used to have is no longer open. No one and nobody should be sending anything at all to this P.O. Box number. As I have mentioned several times before I will not be responsible for anything or any contributions sent to this box. I know you want to make a difference and I am trying my best to help everyone but some people are not helping at all. I think everyone's understanding is not too much to ask. Thank you.
Before anything else, let me greet everyone with a Happy New Year!
Below is the year 2016 distribution statistics and details of Dress A Girl Australia.
Dress A Girl Australia's Distribution statistics for the year 2016 -
-- Dresses - 640
-- Shorts for Boys - 37
-- T-shirts - 71
-- Leggings - 27
-- Quilts - 14
Location of Distributions fpr 2016 - Philippines, Uganda, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea and Kenya
Total Distribution since 2011 -
-- Dresses - 9543
-- Shorts for Boys - 1908
-- Ready to Sew Kits - 99
-- T-Shirts - 1091
-- Quilts - 149
-- Leggings - 27
Thank you to everyone who made these distributions possible. Thank you for helping make a difference to this wonderful world of ours. Much appreciated!
Sponsor a dress and help support Project : Food Makes a Difference. For $10.00 and/or $12.00 you get to provide meals to a few disadvantaged children and at the same time provide a new clothing to another disadvantaged kid. All sponsored clothes will be distributed in a planned Christmas distribution. To sponsor, all you have to do is click on the image or on the "Dress Sponsorship Program" label
For more details on the Project : Food makes a Difference, click on the link below -
Let us make 200 disadvantaged kiddies happy for at least one day with a great meal. Thank you.
I am promoting again my Dress A Girl Sponsorship program to raise money to fund a special program I am undertaking in September 2016. The special program is going to feed 200 disadvantaged and malnourished kids between the ages of 3 to 8 in a remote area located in the southern part of the Philippines (about an 1-1/2 by plane from Manila). A group of volunteers from the community will prepare special meals for these kids when the town celebrates its fiesta. My target number of dresses that I hope will be sponsored is between 30 to 50 dresses. Any dresses sponsored today and up to the 15th of July, 2016 will be included in Dress Distribution #102 which is leaving my humble abode at the end of this month(July 2016). Any sponsored dresses after this date (15-Jul-2016) will be included in my planned Christmas distribution.
Project Food makes a Difference #1 starts today and for $10.00 you can help make a day special for 200 kids and at the same time make a disadvantaged girl happy with a new dress. For a price of 3 cups of coffee, you can help make this project a success and help make this world a better place. Help make a difference with just one click of your mouse on the link below -
For any questions or more details on this program, please send me a message or email me at email@example.com. Thank you.
Please be reminded that I am NOT accepting dress donations at this time as I have no plans to make distributions at this time. The Easter collection is now closed. There are no plans to pickup parcels from the Dress A Girl Australia postbox so anything you send to the postal box will be returned by Australia Post if not collected in 10 days time. So please do not waste your money in sending parcels.Thank you.
In response to a few enquiries, I am not accepting dress donations at this time. New collections will be published once financially feasible. Thank you.
To everyone, just to let you know that I am currently on a break from distributing dresses so am not accepting donation of dresses at the moment. I have no space in the house to store boxes of dresses. Next collection and plans for 2016 will be published on this page and in my blog once I have finalized them. Thank you for your understanding.
One Dress a Day Journey in 2013
Sewing for Charity in Sydney
I found this Dress A Girl Around the World campaign while browsing the internet and started to make dresses. Decided to create and establish it here to see if it would be accepted as a community work sometime in Mar 2011. From then on I have been managing the Dress A Girl Around the World campaign here in Australia. It is self-funded and my way of making a difference to the lives of disadvantaged kiddies around the world. I volunteer whatever time I can spare including weekends. I made all the items on this e-Shop to sell (except donated items where identified) to help me keep up with the cost of sending dresses overseas. Please browse over the products I made and if there is anything you like, please buy them. It is going to a very worthy cause. Thank you.