Wednesday, January 16, 2013


I am working with Brigitte Willers on the GLAMOUR AID Project for August 2013 :

GLAMOUR AID Special Celebrities: Gary Player, Oscar Pistorius, Roland Schoeman, Watershed, Francois Pienaar, Edith Venter, Michelle Botes, Loyisa Bala, Zola, Megan Coleman, Victor Matfield, Leleti Khumalo and Brigitte Willers

GLAMOUR AID has been privileged to receive 13 original artworks by top artists of well-known celebrities as well as superb photo montages of each celebrity as well.

We are organising a Charity Dinner and Art Auction in August 2013 and the proceeds of the dinner and art auction will be donated to our selected charities. The artworks of the 13 celebrities as well as the autographed limited print runs of the artworks and photo montages will be sold on the evening and our website

We will be launching our 2014 Celebrity Calendars in August next year that will depict the beautiful photo montages of our selected celebrities. These calendars will be sponsored by corporates and sold to the public to raise funds for our chosen charities.

We have chosen Three Charities as recipients of the funds raised on this Glamour Aid Celebrity Project:

MAD Foundation:”Leaders of Tomorrow, need our Leadership Today”
MAD has aimed, since its inception in 2003, to make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged academically talented
young South Africans by creating
exceptional educational and related
opportunities. Join Francois Pienaar and his circle of friends in this initiative because the leaders of tomorrow need our leadership today!

The Chaeli Campaign was founded in 2004 by five girls between the ages of 6 and 12. Chaeli Mycroft, her sister, Erin, and lifelong friends, sisters Tarryn, Justine and Chelsea Terry, started The Chaeli Campaign to raise R20 000 for Chaeli’s motorised wheelchair that was needed by Chaeli who has cerebral palsy and is wheelchair bound.
The Chaeli Campaign’s Vision is to promote and provide the mobility and educational needs of disabled children under the age of eighteen years, throughout South Africa, and to use its facilities and resources to assist the disabled community
in any way it sees fit. They work in
collaboration with other organisations for the advancement of the disabled community and act as a facilitator to other communities in Africa.

Let’s Play is a corporate social responsibility initiative developed by SuperSport and partners in response to a National need. Our children are becoming alarmingly inactive. This has to change! This is where Let’s Play comes in: Their aim is to elevate awareness of our social situation and to introduce and encourage play, activity and sport in schools and at home. This is done through advanced media campaigns and close associations with organisations that target children and introduce activities to schools, homes and communities.

Contact us if you would like to know more about this stunning project or if you would like to be a sponsor:

082 576 7399                     082 442 6545 

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