Charity Work

Charity project for 25 Ugandan families

About Our Previous Project  ‘My Body, My Dance!’ Empowering African Women Survivors of rape, domestic violence, social exclusion, AIDS and poverty Coming from a place of shame, they have now arrived in strength and hope, thanks to the friendships and the

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Charity project for 25 Ugandan families

About Our Previous Project  ‘My Body, My Dance!’ Empowering African Women Survivors of rape, domestic violence, social exclusion, AIDS and poverty Coming from a place of shame, they have now arrived in strength and hope, thanks to the friendships and the

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Big feature in Morgunblaðið, Icelandic newspaper

Big feature in Morgunblaðið, Icelandic newspaper

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Big feature in Morgunblaðið, Icelandic newspaper

Big feature in Morgunblaðið, Icelandic newspaper

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Art & Charity – A well-placed donation to Yamba street kids home

100% of the sale from painting ‘Express Yourself’ from the Divine Matrix art installation series went straight to Yamba Organisation for Children and Youth in Jinja, Uganda. They managed to fill up their house with beds and mattresses with pillows and sheets! Big love to them. Please check out their website.

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Art & Charity – A well-placed donation to Yamba street kids home

100% of the sale from painting ‘Express Yourself’ from the Divine Matrix art installation series went straight to Yamba Organisation for Children and Youth in Jinja, Uganda. They managed to fill up their house with beds and mattresses with pillows and sheets! Big love to them. Please check out their website.

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iProtest Africa – Featured as guest blogger on iProtest / Sustain-Able

I am very proud to be a guest blogger on the iProtest / Sustain-Able site, among Baroness Bridgit von Bulow,Founder of United Nations for Free Tibet OC Kenny: co-founder of Hope Children Foundation Africa & Mazungu Eco-tourism Sherap Sherpa for

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iProtest Africa – Featured as guest blogger on iProtest / Sustain-Able

I am very proud to be a guest blogger on the iProtest / Sustain-Able site, among Baroness Bridgit von Bulow,Founder of United Nations for Free Tibet OC Kenny: co-founder of Hope Children Foundation Africa & Mazungu Eco-tourism Sherap Sherpa for

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Successful non-profit project ‘My Body, My Dance!’ – Empowering African Women, survivors of rape and social exclusion

“Coming from a place of shame, they have now arrived in strength and hope, thanks to the friendships and the discovery of their own capacity. The women are immensely grateful for the blessing of International attention, compassion and support.”

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Successful non-profit project ‘My Body, My Dance!’ – Empowering African Women, survivors of rape and social exclusion

“Coming from a place of shame, they have now arrived in strength and hope, thanks to the friendships and the discovery of their own capacity. The women are immensely grateful for the blessing of International attention, compassion and support.”

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Empowering dance with rape survivors in Uganda – A part of Jellyweek 2013

  By engaging in expressive dance in a warm and welcoming atmosphere we are able to bring the darkness into the light; it is a mental, emotional and spiritual cleansing of past hurts. The Empowering Cultural Dance event is taking

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Empowering dance with rape survivors in Uganda – A part of Jellyweek 2013

  By engaging in expressive dance in a warm and welcoming atmosphere we are able to bring the darkness into the light; it is a mental, emotional and spiritual cleansing of past hurts. The Empowering Cultural Dance event is taking

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Wonderful Christmas Day with orphans and street kids in Jinja, Uganda

  I spent Christmas Day with the orphans at Sonrise Babies Home and the girl’s home Mirembe Cottage, and then we ate dinner with some of the street kids who are still waiting for a home… It was the most

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Wonderful Christmas Day with orphans and street kids in Jinja, Uganda

  I spent Christmas Day with the orphans at Sonrise Babies Home and the girl’s home Mirembe Cottage, and then we ate dinner with some of the street kids who are still waiting for a home… It was the most

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