Miamai is pleased to be taking part in Culture Shock, the proceeds of which benefit the charity of Doctors without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières)
Three beautiful new designs, bright and fresh, perfect for Spring!
Visit Miamai at Culture Shock and help support this great charity.
I am proud to announce that we at Miamai are supporting the “Extend a Welcoming Hand” Fundraiser. A little about the cause follows ……
“Extend a Helping Hand is an event put together by Sanura Sakai to raise funds for the Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal. The aim is to provide support and assistance to those Queenslanders affected by the recent massive flooding.The flooding has already affected 22 towns, as of January 1st, and has forced many from their homes. It has had a devastating effect on many people’s lives and livelihoods”
“The Extend a Helping Hand Market will be held from January 11th through to January 31st, though donation vendors and donation booths may be available sooner at individual stores across the grid – the Market is a central area for the event http://slurl.com/secondlife/Adien/30/61/1026 , but I’m hoping that people will participate in their own mainstores and other locations also. Money raised will be donated to the Premier’s Disaster Relief Appeal to assist those affected by the Queensland floods.”
There are various outfits at the store which have been specifically created for this cause, and all of whose proceeds go straight to the charity, but here is the one exclusively designed for “Extend a Welcoming Hand”.
RAVEN SPARKLE FAIRY – L$600
Voshie Paine has organised an event called, in a very short period of time, called My Second Childhood. In order to raise funds for a little three year old girl called Kajsa, who is suffering from a rare form of Leukemia, she has asked designers to create items based around the theme of childhood which will be sold at the event – the proceeds of which will go directly to Kasja’s family to help towards healthcare etc.
So of course Monica could not help herself and has come up with this lovely little outfit especially for this event.
Available for a mere L$300 it is worth visiting just for this KAJSA Dress! I have just come back from the fundraiser and although the items are small in number they are definitely perfectly formed.
Don’t forget the fundraiser runs until the 16th January and the outfit can only be bought there: LM
“On behalf of Kajsa’s family, thank you for taking the time to read this, and for all your support. Voshie Paine”
Here are a few words direct from Monica Outlander herself about this little known cause…….
“I found out a very nice initiative by a girl named Syngen Sohmers, that I decided to support.
It’s about Wear Pink (Breast Cancer Awarness Day) and Muslim women.
I am better at creating rather than talking, so if you want to read more I suggest you a look at her blog:
I think we all as women should support each other, no matter race, religion or traditions.
I also think that awareness and open mind is the solution to the bigger tragedies of our times.
Love yourselves, love your femininity <3
And here is the Hijab – available for free at the mainstore http://slurl.com/secondlife/Amat/64/172/25