This Women’s day, we were on the Pippa show on Cape Talk, and Bianca and I discussed our matric dance donation project coming September the 22nd! This project forms part of our Equilibrium NPO, and an extension of the Character based programmes we run in the community.
Our passion is to see holistic transformation in our communities, and to eleviate the problem we have with crime, substance abuse, low maorale, teen pregnancies, just to name a few.
To get involved, please email me at – email@example.com or catch me on my facebook page – Meagan Duckitt, or the Equilibrium facebook page.
Catch the podcast below
Guest: Meagan Duckitt | Fashion Designer at Meagan Duckitt Fashion
I am a firm believer that we have the power to transform lives, one person at a time.
Past Saturday I had the opportunity to head up a project in conjunction with an NPO I co-founded called Equilibrium, and we donated at least 50 dresses to matric learners from the Cape flats who cannot afford their own.
We had phenominal speakers to encourage the ladies to
follow their dreams!
It was such an honour to be part of such an event
The Equilibrium team runs many different projects in the Elsies River community which impacts society.
50 girls from 5 schools were dressed and next year even more are targeted.
Thank you Spree, Foschini, Premier Hangers, Smudge Make up Academy and the community and family and friends for all your generous donations!
Thank you Roelse Events, and Myphotocorner for your photography service donations.
I love empowering, especially girls, and women who do not even realize their gifts and talents.
A few years ago I approached two young women who I firmly believed could make great ambassodors as Miss SA. One came back two years later and said she wanted to give it a try. The other, would like to grow in her studies.
Of course I was over the moon. Catch me coaching her here:
Meagan Duckitt coaching Esther – modelling
And of course, when she was ready, we went to our Miss SA regional judging, and this year it was bigger than ever, as we celebrated 60 years of the pageant history!
I was so proud of my Esther, as she was not only the youngest entrant, but from just under 100 entrants, she made it to the top 15!
An amazing achievement for a novice, don’t you think? Well done hun!
And of course – heads up to our gorgeous Ade, who was the absolute epitome of grace!