Sunday, 11 August 2013

Dress Distribution #33 - For the Children of Cambodia c/o Free to Shine Parcel 2

This is Parcel 2 of 3 for the children of Cambodia that will be distributed on Dress A Girl Australia's behalf by the Free to Shine non-profit organization in September. As I have mentioned previously, I think I created a mess of the pictures. Some of the donors on this parcel actually have the dresses they donated in Parcel 1 and vice versa. It should not matter anyway as all 3 parcels holding 150 dresses are all going to Cambodia.
Here is the parcel of 55 dresses -
and here are the contents of the parcel -
made possible by the following donors :

1) Jennifer Howlett
2) Heyboom for the t-shirts
3) Sharyn Paull
4) Sarah Tanmahapran
5) Maureen O'Brien
6) Annette Norley

For larger images of the dresses, please click here. For more details on this dress distribution (and also at a later stage when feedback is received) please click here or click on the 'Dress Distribution' tab which you can find at the top of this page.

Many, many thanks to all the donors who made this distribution possible. Thank you all for your kindness and generosity. Thank you for helping make a difference....with one small dress at a time.

*** Free to Shine organization keeps girls safe by providing scholarships to girls at high risk of being trafficked into the commercial sex industry, and providing university scholarships to survivors so that they can play a crucial part in ending sex slavery. To know more about the work of Free to Shine, please click here or check out their facebook page here.


  1. I note that a lot of the dresses have sleeves. I have been making the standard pllowcase dress with the ribbon/bias straps. Is this still OK?

    1. Hi, thank you for your message. Yes pillowcase dresses are still ok. In fact, preference at this time is for pillowcase dresses between the sizes of 7 and 12. Thank you.