Monday, 2 July 2012

FY12 Dress Distribution #11 - For the disadvantaged children of the city of CDO Philippines

To continue the saga of Dress A Girl Australia's distribution, #11 is for the disadvantaged little girls of the city of Cagayan de Oro Philippines. The parcel containing 104 new and handmade dresses was picked up 8am Sunday morning. But for a very worthwhile cause of providing dresses for 104 disadvantaged little girls, the early morning cold weather was forgotten.  The parcel was going to be delivered to the Ladies of ZONTA International CDO II Chapter who then will be handling the distribution to the different locations in the city.

Here is the parcel -
and here are the dresses that were in the parcel -
and here is the list of donors who made the parcel possible :
1. The Sewing Library facebook group
2. Lynda Smyth
3. Jane Kelly, Marieka Ashmore and Liz Skinner of Coffs Harbour
4. Ladies from Crafty Mamas
5. Gaylene Hermann
6. Pam of Threading My Way
7. Katherine Nott
8. Jo Taunton
9. Deborah Parish, Veronica Martin, Margaret Adair & Johanna Sawyer
10. Dress A Girl Australia

To see larger images of the full donation, click here. To all the donors, thank you so much for making this parcel possible. Thank you for your support. It is much appreciated.

** Zonta International is a global organization of executives and professionals working together to advance the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy.

** Cagayan de Oro is located along the central coast of Northern Mindanao. It is situated in Mindanao, the second giant of the archipelago of all the landmass of the Philippines. It is situated 491 miles (810 air kilometers) south of Metro Manila, an hour and twenty minutes away by plane. Travelling by sea, it is thirty hours from Manila and by land, the city can be reached within forty hours from Manila.

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