Fashion Mixer UK Fundraiser a big boost for Girl Child Network Worldwide-Join the Movement of African Women Donors

Girl Child Network Worldwide dedicates this page to the work being done by Fashion Mixer owner Caroline Akorita. In 2015, Caroline started a fundraiser for Great Ormond hospital and another children`s charity in Nigeria. She mobilised women and men in her circles to change lives. Through humble acts of kindness they raised funds to support the two children`s charities. The event was a huge success. This year she has another big fundraiser coming. Click Eventbrite link here to buy your ticket

Click here to support Fashion Mixer UK Charity Checkout page. You can donate as little as £3 a month. Distribution of funds would be done in partnership with Fashion Mixer UK. We want to see support get to those marginalised girls who deserve it the most Fashion Mixer UK Girls Fundraiser Support Fund Click here



This year she has chosen to support our charity, Girl Child Network Worldwide. There is a fundraiser on 15 October 2016. Details are as follows.

Message from Caroline Akorita below

Let’s make something!! Out of nothing!! By coming together for a great cause on the 15th of October 2016 for a night of food, fun, fundraising, auction, entertainment, raffles and networking!!!
Venue Sprowston Manor Hotel & Country Club.
Time: 6pm Promt!!
Dress Code: Formal
All proceeds from the night will go towards supporting the great charity that is Girl Child Network Worldwide.

So what are some of the projects Caroline Akorita wants to support( Information on more projects for funding will be updated weekly as more confirmations come but see below examples of where support will be channelled)

Girls Empowerment Village for girls in Hwange Zimbabwe is home to girls going through healing and rehabilitation after being raped or forced to marry. Some girls suffer disability as a result of sexual violence. They are not able to go to school. Caroline`s donation will support girls like her

Girls come to the Girls Empowerment Villages for empowerment programmes, like economic activities that allow them to generate income for their school fees.




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