Womanhood Global Organisation to host Red Carpet Gala Dinner &
Recognition Awards to facilitate sewing machines for women in
Womanhood Global Fundraising Gala Dinner and Recognition Awards is an event
designed to raise funds to go towards the work that Womanhood Global currently
facilitates that is to empower equip and educate women in Rural Africa. We have
incorporated the Recognition Awards to recognise and honour women from various
backgrounds who are also doing exploits in our community. This exciting event will
be held on Saturday 27 th August 2016 at The Belfry Hotel & Resort, in
Birmingham. This event will see more than 250 women dignitaries from around the
Globe coming together for the first time in the West Midlands to Empower, Educate
and Equip each other.
This organisation was founded by Maureen Mbondiah in November 2014 in an
attempt to Equip Empower and Educate Women in disadvantaged communities.
The fundraising black tie event will provide an exquisitely 3 course meal at £45 or
the VIP ultimate experience at £75 which will include exhibition stands, exclusive red carpet interview with Big Centre TV about your business and your brand. The rest of the evening will be fun-filled with live entertainment and performances by guest artists, Bianca Smith, Coco Collette , Minista Jaiho poetry from Munya Usuwana andTanya Chitunhu.
Confirmed dignitaries from USA, Germany, Geneva and Africa are set to arrive for
this event for the 27 th August. These include Phillipa Sibanda (USA) Angie Kegakilwe
(Geneva) Abigail Magwenzi (Zimbabwe) who will be launching her book the Red
Lipstick Stays On on the day. Proceeds will go towards the Womanhood Global
The Red Carpet event is also expected to feature highly a couple of guest renowned speakers including Muzvare Betty Makoni ( Philanthropist Girl Child Network , CNN Award Winner) , Karen Johnson ( Author and Domestic Violence Ambassador), Susan Brookes (CEO Positive Publicity).
The event which is being sponsored by Seamlessly Events, Big Centre TV, DiasporaPR, Lamour Fragrance, Red Lipstick Stays On, La Proverbs, Belma Services, Yanique Taylor , Ndana Photography, Glorianne Concierge, Women In Need, Eli Dressing,
Tendayi Ndoro, Ibitola Adebayo, Anita Bradshaw and Angela Gordan. All proceeds
and donations will go towards Womanhood Global Project 1000.
The fundraising Gala Dinner is an initiative to buy sewing machines for 'Project
1000'. Womanhood Global plans to facilitate workshops on how to make reusable
sanitary towels in Zimbabwe in September 2016.
Currently close negotiations are in motion with volunteer trainers to facilitate these
workshops upon supplying of the sewing machines. The young women are expected
to produce 1000 reusable sanitary towels a month which they will sell to the local
people at a small profit hereby creating income for other projects i.e. chicken
projects , and pigetry projectsIn addition the organisation has launched a magazine
Womanhood Global in January 2016 as a business entity to support the ongoing
work of Womanhood Global.The revenue generated from 0.50p of every £3.00
magazine will be ploughed back to the organisation towards this cause.
The organisation also plans to host Women Business Networking Events throughout
the year to help support the ongoing work of Womanhood Global and promote,
inspire the local and aspiring women businesses in the UK
Speaking on Oasis radio in an exclusive interview, Maureen Mbondiah (CEO) Foundersaid it was necessary that the people purchase their tickets for the events now while tickets last to avoid disappointments as payments will not be accepted at the door.
Tickets are on sale now and interested parties can purchase theirs from the following link below: