Saturday, 5 September 2015

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If you want to help make a difference to the lives of the children in Soibada Timor Leste, why not sponsor a dress for $10.00. Proceeds from the sponsorship will be donated to the Pittwater Friends of Soibada to help raise funds to complete the Training Centre and Guesthouse. Again, that is hitting two birds with one stone. A dress for a girl or a t-shirt/pair of shorts for a dude and at the same time help complete these two buildings being constructed. To sponsor, click on the link below -
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Dress Sponsorship Program for Soibada Timor Leste until 31-Dec-2015

The Dress Sponsorship program which am currently promoting to help raise funds for Project Soibada (Pittwater Friends of Soibada Timor Leste) for the completion of the construction of a Training Centre and guesthouse facilities in Timor Leste will be running until the end of the year, 31st of Dec 2015. If you want to help make a difference to the lives of the people of the Soibada community in Timor Leste now is the best time to help and avoid the Christmas rush which is just around the corner. You can sponsor a dress for Christmas distribution to another location (not necesarily for Soibada) but proceeds of the sponsorship will be donated to the Pittwater Friends of Soibada Timor Leste.To Sponsor - click on the link below - Thank you!

Thursday, 3 September 2015

Batch 1 Donated dresses for the month of September

Acknowledging the first two parcels I have received of 16 dresses for the month of September.
1) A parcel of 11 dresses from Colleen Mundt. One dress has been allocated to Project Soibada and the rest of the dresses to Project Cabaraban -
2) A parcel of 5 dresses from Sally Neideck allocated to Project Cabaraban -
Thank you to Colleen and Sally for their wonderful donations. Much appreciated.

Sewing Dresses is also a Textile class project

This is a picture from a textile class of Teriesa from Picnic Point High School who are eagerly sewing dresses and very enthusiastic to finish their project and make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged kids through their sewing. Thank you for sharing Teriesa.

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

National Sewing Month

This month is National Sewing Month in the US and perhaps in Australia as well and is a good time to sew and share. Good time to make a difference in this world through sewing. If you are not into sewing or do not have the time to sew, let someone do the sewing for you through Dress A Girl Australia's Dress Sponsorship program and help make a difference to the lives of the people in the community of Soibada Timor Leste. For more information and how to sponsor, please click on the link below - Help spread the word around and thank you.

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Dress A Girl Australia's Lavender dresses for sale

Last year when I was active in market stall selling I made these lavender dresses to sell. Underneath each dress is a lavender pack weighing about 40gms each and comes with a miniature hanger to make it easy for anyone to hang the lavender dress inside their cabinets. Size of each dress is about 10-12cms in length.
Now am putting it up for sale in my Dress A Girl e-shop as a Dress A Girl Australia specialty item. Designed and made especially for Dress A Girl Australia projects. Although sales from my e-shop are very, very slow I still have a lot of hope that once in a while I would make a sale and help sustain Dress A Girl Australia's activities. I know there are still people out there who believes in what I am doing even if I can no longer accept hundreds and hundreds of dresses to distribute. Sometimes one has to be realistic in what one is capable of especially financially. It is better to do it in small numbers and be happy about it than in hundreds and/or thousands and feel miserable about it. And that is how I feel about it these days now that am back to being in control of something I love doing. I may be making a lot of people unhappy but at least I know that I am able to sustain making a difference to other people's lives and feel very happy about it....in my own small way...one small dress at a time.

Each dress sells for $10.00 plus actual postage of $2.10 (total of $12.10). To check them out, click on the image above or click here.

First Deadline for active project (Distribution #88/1B) - Thursday, Sep 10

Today is the first day of spring. 1st of September. Just a friendly reminder that Project CDO Cabaraban (Distribution #88/1B) is ending in 9 days time. All parcels should be in my postbox by Thursday, Sep 10, 2015 to make it for distribution. My parcel is ready, sorted and packed and just waiting for those who find it in their hearts to help make a difference to a few disadvantaged kids this September. Thank you.

Sunday, 30 August 2015

Three more dresses added to Dress Sponsorship Program

Last night I added three more dresses to my Dress Sponsorship Program and are looking for sponsors for the community of Soibada Timor Leste. If you want to make a difference to the lives of the disadvantaged kids in Soibada and at the same time help raise funds to complete the construction of their Training Centre and Guesthouse Facilities, please click on the link below and sponsor any of these dresses.
Thank you and please help spread the word around.

Friday, 28 August 2015

Sponsored Dresses for the week ending 28-Aug-2015 (Week 4)

For this week I was able to raise another $60.00 from my Dress Sponsorship program through the generosity of the following donors - All these dresses have been allocated to Distribution #91 for the kids of the Soibada community in East Timor.
1) Three dresses from Jen Fegredo -
2) A dress from Monique Naranjilla -
3) A couple of dresses from Joan Lui -
Thank you to Jen, Monique and Joan for your kind hearts. It is much appreciated.

In total, since I started in mid-August, for the month of August I have raised $252.00 from my Dress Sponsorship Program and have remitted to the Pittwater Friends of Soibada Timor Leste to help in their fundraising campaign to complete the construction of the Training Centre and Guesthouse facilities in Soibada.. For some, you must have received your tax receipts by now which I have sent via email attachments. Am still waiting for a few more and will forward it to the respective donors once received. Thank you so much.

Anyone out there who wants to make a difference? Check out my Dress Sponsorship Program. For $10.00 you get to provide a kid in the community of Soibada a new clothing and at the same time help complete the construction of the Training Centre and Guesthouse Facilities. That is hitting two birds with one stone. With your support, we are providing hope and a better future for the community. Please help spread the word around. Thank you.


Donated dresses for the week ending 28-Aug-2015 (Week 4)

Received the last two parcels of donated dresses for the week ending 28-Aug-2015 (week 4).
1) A parcel of 7 dresses from Frances Cornish allocated to Project Soibada Timor Lester
2) A parcel of 46 dresses and 9 skirts/girls shorts all allocated to Project CDO Cabaraban. Luckily I still had 6 t-shirts available which I allocated to the 6 skirts/girls shorts to make sure that the girls will be able to readily wear them. 3 of the t-shirts were donated by Megan Jones in a previous collection and 3 from my personal collection.
Thank you to Frances and the Millhouse Collections for the donations. Much appreciated.

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Sponsor a Dress for a Cause

To sponsor, please click on the image below.....and don't forget to help spread the word around. Thank you!

Sunday, 23 August 2015

More sponsored dresses for August (Week 3)

Received more dress sponsorships for the third week of August to help raise funds needed for the completion of the Training Centre and Guesthouse in Soibada Timor Leste c-o Pittwater Friends of Soibada.
1) A lot of five dresses from Marlene Van Zetten - same dresses will be given to the kids of the Soibada community
2) A dress/school supplies kit for a school-aged girl and a pair of shorts/t-shirt set from Ana Carvalho - same girl and boys' clothes will be given to a school girl and a boy from the Soibada community.
Thank you so much to Marlene and Ana for supporting the Dress Sponsorship program. Much appreciated.

Feedback Distribution #83-03/2015 - Kijji Mission, Molo Kenya.

Surprise on an early Sunday morning ! Pictures of girls wearing dresses handcarried by Jennifer Hughes-Bystrom to Molo Kenya last February.
The remainder of the dresses were given to the girls in the surrounding, very poor community but pictures could not be taken of those girls wearing their dresses as they were immediately put away for special events. Here is the email I received from Jennifer -

For larger and individual versions of the images and readable version of the letter, please click here.
Thank you so much to Jennifer for sharing these pictures. And thank you to the donors for making this parcel possible.
Soon I will be collecting a few more dresses for the community as part of the Christmas Distribution project for Jennifer to take back in Febuary 2016. I need to figure out how to save up for long-sleeve t-shirts which the girls can wear underneath during the cold season.

Saturday, 22 August 2015

Dress Distribution #91/1A - 10/2015 - Parcel 1 for Project Soibada Timor Leste

Last Thursday, I posted my first parcel for the children of the Soibada community in East Timor. Tamara previously requested a few dresses to show to the members of their organization (Pittwater Friends of Soibada non-profit organization) and I thought sending her a parcel with only a handful of dresses might cost the same as sending what I have so far collected or just add a couple of dollars more. At least the members who would be looking at the items have varied options to see so I sent what I had so far. So here are the dresses that I sent last Thursday, 19th of August -
made possible by the following sponsor(s) -
1) Deborah Sempf (sewn by Dress A Girl Australia)
and following donor(s) -
2) Elizabeth Shoebridge of Vintage Fabric Addict (sewn by Dress A Girl Australia)
3) Karin Maltby (sewn by Dress A  Girl Australia)
4) Frances Cornish
5) T-shirts by Dress A Girl Australia

To see larger and individual images of the items, please click here. Clothes sent are indicated in the caption as sent 19Aug-2015. These clothes will be taken over to East Timor in October.

Thank you to the donors and sponsors for making this first parcel possible. Much appreciated.

Parcel #8 & #9 of 16 dresses/3 pairs of shorts and sponsored dresses for August (Week 3)

A total of 16 dresses and 3 pairs of shorts were donated this week 3 and 6 dresses and 5 pairs of shorts were sponsored bringing a total of 22 dresses and 8 pairs of shorts. A happiness we are bringing to 30 disadvantaged kids for this week. Here are the donated dresses this week -
1) A parcel of 9 dresses from Di Menzel - allocated to Distributions #88/1B-09/2015 and #96/1b-12/2015
2) A parcel of 7 dresses and 3 pairs of shorts from Denise Scott -allocated to distributions #88/01B-09/2015, #96/1B-12/2015 and #91/1A-10/2015
For sponsored dresses' proceeds of which are going to the construction fund of the Soibada Timor Leste community c-o Pittwater Friends of Soibada, here they are -
1) Five dresses/school kits for five school-aged kids and 5 t-shirts/boys shorts set from Deborah Sempf - allocated to distribution #91/1A-10/2015
2) A dress from Linda de Vos - allocated to distribution #96/1B-12/2015 -
Thank you to Di Menzel and Denise Scott for their donations and to Deborah Sempf and Linda de Vos for finding it in their hearts to make a difference to the lives of the disadvantaged kids and special thank you to Deborah and Linda for sponsoring dresses  that will help fund the completion of the construction of a training centre and guesthouse facilities in Soibada Timor Leste. Thank you. 

Father's Day Greeting Cards now available for Sale

In two weeks time we will be celebrating a special day for all the Dads in this world. Now available in the e-shop are fully handmade Father's Day greeting cards. They are not the expensive kind (in fact cheapies) but truly comes from the heart.

The Badge greeting cards are available as regular pinbacks which Dads who gets to receive them can pin and wear them on their hats and keychain button. 
** Hat is for decorative purpose only ** 

To celebrate Dad's special day, for every greeting card for Dad sold for the next 10 days or until Sunday, Sep 6, a $1.00 from the sale of each and every father's day card will be donated to the construction fund of the Soibada Timor Leste community c-o Pittwater Friends of Soibada so please help support this project and help spread the word around. Thank you.

Friday, 21 August 2015

Active Projects Due Dates

Just a friendly reminder on projects currently going on.
1) Dress Distribution #88/1B - 09/2015 - CDO Project Cabaraban - Due in my postbox on Thursday,10th of Sept 2015. There is a limit of maximum of 5 dresses per individual and/or 20 dresses for a group only. Dress sizes between the ages of 6 to 12. 

2) Distribution #91/1A - 10/2015 - Project Soibada Timor Leste - Due in my postbox on Wednesday, 30th of September. Number of dresses to donate is what you think is fair to donate. Dress sizes should be between the ages of 6 to 12 and preferably with sleeves. 

For more information, please make a comment here or send an email to dressagirlaustralia@gmail.com. Thank you.

Wednesday, 19 August 2015

3 School-aged Dress/School Kits added to Dress Sponsorship Program

These 3 school-aged dress/school kits have been added to my Dress Sponsorship Program for $2.00 more than the normal dress. For $12.00 it comes with a dress, undie and a fabric school bag with 2 exercise books, 3 pens and 3 pencils. If you are looking for a unique way of making a difference, this could be the answer to your search. Click on the link below to check them out -

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Another two dresses for sponsorships

These 2 dresses have been added in my Dress Sponsorship program and looking for sponsors. Great for Project Soibada Timor Leste. Proceeds of the sponsorship goes to the Pittwater Friends of Soibada to help fund the completion of the Training Centre and Guesthouse. For $10.00 per dress you are making a difference to the lives of 2 disadvantaged kids and at the same time making a difference to the whole community of Soibada.. Check them out on the link below -

Sunday, 16 August 2015

More dresses for Sponsorship

These 6 dresses and 1 set of boy's t-shirt/pair of shorts have been added in my Dress Sponsorship program and looking for sponsors. Great for Project Soibada Timor Leste. For $10.00 per item you are making a difference to the lives of 7 disadvantaged kids. Check them out on the link below -

Saturday, 15 August 2015

Parcel #5 to 7 of 15 dresses for the month of August (Week 2B)

Time to acknowledge the batch of dresses I received this week. All 15 of them will be allocated to the current active projects for distribution in end-September and October.
1) A parcel of 5 dresses from Yvonne Henderson and allocated to Project Cabaraban -
2) A parcel of 5 dresses from Chelsea Oliver who like me wants to share our blessings in our birthmonth of September and dresses are allocated to Project Cabaraban -
3) A parcel of 5 dresses from Frances Cornish and have decided to allocate it to Project Soibada because of the sleeves -
With these donations, it brings the total number of dresses for Project Cabaraban to  96 and for Project Soibada to 9. Thank you so much to Yvonne, Chelsea and Frances. Much appreciated.

Update on Dress Sponsorship Form

I received my first batch of dress sponsorships today and I noticed that I have not updated the form that was filled up. It still mentions the construction of a well for clean water in Kalagi Uganda which is now complete and has been handed over to the community two months ago. I have now updated the form for the proceeds from the dress sponsorships now focused in supporting the construction of a Training Centre and Guesthouse in the community of Soibada Timor Leste. My apologies to those I had confused with the form. Thank you.

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Sponsor a dress for the children of Soibada Timor Leste

If you want to help make a difference to the lives of the children in Soibada Timor Leste, why not sponsor a dress for $10.00. Proceeds from the sponsorship will be donated to the Pittwater Friends of Soibada to help raise funds to complete the Training Centre and Guesthouse. Again, that is hitting two birds with one stone. A dress for a girl or a t-shirt/pair of shorts for a dude and at the same time help complete these two buildings being constructed. To sponsor, click on the link below -
Thank you and please help spread the word.

Parcel #2 to 4 of 27 dresses for the month of August (Week 2A)

More dresses are coming in for my new active projects for September and October distributions including a batch which I am allocating for Christmas distribution.
1) A parcel of 5 dresses from Denise Scott which is allocated to Project Cabaraban (Distribution #88/1B -09/2015)
2) A parcel of 6 dresses and a pack of undies from Lesley Kroese which is allocated as well to Project Cabaraban (Distribution #88/1B -09/2015)
3) A parcel of 16 dresses which was sewn by a group of ladies at the Erina Hobbysew Store organized by Monica Poole of Monica Poole Designs in collaboration with Millhouse Collections. These batch of dresses will be allocated for Christmas distribution.
and these are the group of ladies having fun making these dresses during their sewing bee -
Thank you to Denise, Lesley and Monica and the group of ladies who attended the sewing bee for the wonderful dresses. Much appreciated.

Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Dress Distribution #91/1A - 10/2015 for Project Soibada Timor Leste

Dress Distribution #91/1A for distribution in October is now open for dress donations. These dresses will be taken to Soibada Timor Leste c-o Tamara Harding, chairperson of the Pittwater Friends of Soibada. I will not be putting a maximum number of dresses to donate. I will leave it to each donor to think and make a decision as to what is the fair number of dresses to donate. This will be the first of many distributions I hope. Sizes should be between 6 to 12 years old and must meet the guidelines on how to make dresses and if possible dresses should have sleeves. The girls in the village need these dresses badly so make it special and long-lasting. All dresses have to be in my postbox by Wednesday, 30th of September to allow me more time to sort, organize and deliver the goodies to Tamara. Any questions on this distribution, please make a comment here or send an email to dressagirlaustralia@gmail.com. Thank you,

Monday, 10 August 2015

More to Match Fundraising Drive

December month is fast approaching and still eager and hoping to make a Christmas distribution, I have added more items to sell to help raise money for postage. Please check them out as all proceeds goes to a very worthwhile cause.
1. Oil Lamps by Crisa. There was a time when I thought glass painting would be great and what better goodies to use than these oil lamps by Crisa. Great for candlelight dinners and for those crafters out there who are into glass painting.
2. I have bags and bags of fabric scraps I thought I should start making something out of it, make the scraps more productive and help raise funds so I came up with this sexy dress. Remembered my senior prom when it was cool and sexy to wear a dress like this. Now I have made a replica of it through a handmade card using recycled Kraft blank cards. Inside panel is blank for personalized message and comes with a matching recycled Kraft envelope. A great handmade card to give to someone for any occasion...and knowing that for each card that sells...it makes a difference to a life of a disadvantaged kid (although the dress the kid receives and wear is not as sexy as this. :-) )
3. If you prefer to read books and magazines - click on the link below - and select a variety of great craft books and magazines still on sale. I have also added baby and kids fabric panels from my personal collection as it looks like I do not have the time to make something out of them so I might as well sell them and make a difference.

4. And the best way to make a difference is to sponsor a dress if you are not into sewing or do not have the time to sew. Sponsor a dress for a girl or a t-shirt/pair of shorts set for a dude through my Dress Sponsorship program. Each for a price of perhaps 3 cups of coffee. Click on the link below to make a choice -
All proceeds goes to a very worthwhile cause. A big sacrifice on my part when all these should be going to my pocket instead I chose to sell them and help me raise money to pay for the cost of distributing dresses, share whatever small fortune I've got and make a difference to the lives of the disadvantaged children. Please help spread the word.

Friday, 7 August 2015

Parcel #1 of 16 dresses for the month of August (Week 1) from the Stitchers cupboard

Picked up yesterday a parcel from the Stitchers Cupboard of Camden NSW which had 16 dresses inside. I believe this fabric shop made these dresses in collaboration with the Millhouse Collections, a wholesaler of fabrics and a fabric donor to Dress A Girl Australia. These dresses will be included in the September Distribution.
Thank you to Kathy Vanbeers for sending the dresses. Much appreciated.

Dress Distribution in September

September being my birthmonth I will be making a dress distribution. To those who would like to make dresses and make a donation, feel free to do so but with a maximum of 5 dresses per donor and/or 20 dresses for a group only. Dress sizes between the ages of 6 to 12. Please note quality of dresses should be adhered to per guidelines on how to make dresses. All dresses should be in my postbox on or before Thursday, 10th of Sept to give me more time to sort, pack and send as the group who will be distributing are available only at the end of the month of September. 

Postal address is Dress A Girl Australia, P.O. Box 240 Casula Mall Casula NSW 2170. Thank you.

Shared from The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation


Friday, 31 July 2015

July Parcel #2 - Boys t-shirts & shorts sets from Monika

The second and last parcel to arrive for the month of July consists of 22 pairs of Short/T-shirts set, 6 t-shirts, a schoolbag and 6 mini bags from Monika Osvald.
Heartfelt thanks to Monika for these wonderful donations for disadvantaged boys. Much appreciated.

Thursday, 30 July 2015

Succulents for fundraising

I am so excited that after 3 weeks my succulents have grown. In a few weeks I will be able to sell them at ebay and raise more money for postage.

Feedback on Dress Distribution #96 -c/o DFG MM Philippines

Here are pictures taken from the dress distribution #96 (c-o DFG MM Philippines) made in Cagayan headed by Karlea F. to the kids of Natappian West, Solana, Cagayan, Philippines.

To see more individual and larger pictures taken from the distribution, please click here.

Thank you to Days for Girls Metro Manila Philippines' group and to Kap. Richard and all the barangay officials of Natappian West, Solana for helping make this distribution successful and also to the dress donors for making this distribution possible. Thank you.

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

July Parcel #1 - 40 dresses from the Patchwork Angel

Sent by Penny of theThe Patchwork Angel fabric shop of Buderim Queensland are these 40 lovely dresses. These dresses will be included in my planned September special  distribution.
Thank you for the lovely dresses and postage assistance. It is much appreciated.

Monday, 27 July 2015

Make and Learn Sewing Bee #2

Natascha of Make and Learn, Sydney has done it again. A sewing bee with her customers. Thank you Natascha. Thank you for your consistent support to this campaign. Much appreciated.

Sunday, 26 July 2015

More items for fundraising

July is about to end and I really need to see if I am able to save a lot for postage for Christmas distribution. So I have added a few more items to my fundraising drive sale. If there is anything you like, please make a purchase as proceeds goes to a very worthwhile cause.
1) Two more books on Kids and Jewellery - Click on the image to check them out -
2) D-I-Y Craft Kits. Knit your own teddy bear and braid craft kit - Click on the image to check them out -
3) Sisterhood of Purple Block Panels. These panels is over 10 years old. I must have saved it for future use and totally forgot about it until yesterday when I found them in a box. I do not think I have the time to make something out of it so I have decided to sell. Proceeds will make disadvantaged kiddies happy instead of just keeping them in my drawer. Click on the image to check these block panels -
I found a lot of handmade magazines and special issues. Some of these have only been read once or knowing me and my schedule I probably just bought it and didnt have a chance to look at all the pages of the magazines. At first I was thinking of just dropping them off in charity bins but then I realized if these magazines were to be sold by the charity shops I might as well sell them myself and raise money out of it as I also desperately need funds. At a dollar or two plus postage of $2.10, I can see myself earning about 40 dollars from these publications. So once I have taken pictures of each of these magazines, I will be posting them in my Dress A Girl Australia shop for anyone to browse and make a purchase if they like one -
These magazines are not just on sewing or quilting. There are also magazines on bagmaking, cardmaking and papercrafting. Quite a selection and proceeds goes to a very worthwhile cause.

Please help spread the word around!

Friday, 24 July 2015

Feedback Distribution - Project Vietnam - 24-July-2015

Here are a few images from the dress distribution #93) made in Vietnam c-o Cause Corps.
To see larger and individual images of the distribution, please click here.

Thank you to Steven Ma and his group for sparing the time to distribute dresses to the kiddies in Vietnam. Much appreciated

Sponsored Dresses for the week ended 24-Jul-2015

Three dresses were sponsored this week.  Two dresses by my siblings and were allocated to the parcel for South Africa (Distribution #97) and one dress by Jac Dow and allocated to Project CDO Cabaraban - Distribution #88 Parcel 1B for September distribution.
Thank you to the sponsors for their kindness and generosity.

Thursday, 23 July 2015

Status of dress collection

May i request that you do not send me any dresses at this time. i am still trying to raise money for postage which is very slow. if i cannot raise money i cannot afford to pay the cost of distributing the dresses you donate and i do not have space to store the dresses. so please understand. do not send me anything as i have no plans of distributing at this time. when i am ready i will make an announcement. thank you.

Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Dress Distribution #97 for South Africa

These parcels of dresses were originally meant for Cambodia but because connection with supposed to be recipient could not be established, I decided to send it to South Africa instead. The first parcel has been sent on the 18th of July (click here to see postage cost). Parcel #2 will be sent once the first parcel has been received to avoid issues at their local postoffice. 

I wasnt able to get a picture of the first parcel as I was in a hurry to make sure the postoffice would still be open but here is parcel #2 -
Here are the contents of the two parcels of 41 dresses -
made possible by the following donors and dress sponsors -
1) Millhouse Collections (sewn by Dress A Girl Australia)
2) T-shirts by Megan Jones, Joan Wolf, Lesley Kroese and Monika Osvald
3) Yvonne Henderson
4) Monique Naranjilla
5) Fabi Sun
6) Lesley Kroese
7) Frances Cornish
8) Two Bettys' Betty Barrett and Betty Paull
9) Dress A Girl Australia

To see larger and individual images of the dress collection, please click here.

Thank you to everyone for making this distribution possible. Much appreciated.

Monday, 20 July 2015

Dress Distribution #95 - for Mbale Uganda

As I have blogged earlier, today's parcel for Mbale Uganda is very special. Am sending this parcel in honour of my Dad who left this world eight years ago but his kindness is still very heartwarming to all of us in the family. Our family's own and simple way of celebrating his birthday tomorrow, 21-July-2015...continue on sharing his kindness to 45 disadvantaged kiddies in Mbale Uganda. 

So here is the parcel -
and here are the contents of the parcel -
made possible by the following donors and dress sponsors -
1) Kaylee Healy
2) Dawny Bull
3) Caloundra Girl Guides c-o Nicole Parrott
4) Elaine Klein
5) Patricia Burton
6) Sharyn Paull
7) Two Bettys' Betty Barrett and Betty Paull
8) Megan Jones
9) Sian McIntosh
10) Christine Caputo
11) Yvonne Henderson
12) Frances Cornish
13) Kay Innes
14) Lesley Kroese (pack of Undies donated by Lesley Kroese)
15) Sally Neideck

and here is the postage document that I have posted the parcel and the dresses are on its way to Mbale Uganda - it might take 10-12 weeks for the dresses to get there but imagine how happy the girls who would be receiving these dresses will be. Am sure the smiles on their faces will be priceless.
For larger images of the dresses, please click here.

Thank you to all the dress donors. Thank you for helping make a difference to the lives of the disadvantaged kids around the world.