Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Hundreds Attend Women’s Tea Party

(From PM’s Facebook Page):-  As part of celebrations for International Women’s Day 2019, the Make it Happen Foundation yesterday Sunday March 10th 2019 held it’s inaugural “Tea & Testimony” women’s Tea party at Government House.

The event saw over 300 beautifully dressed women attending for an afternoon of fascinating stories, fantastic prizes and fabulous fashion all in support of the Women’s Support Centre in Saint Lucia.

The inspirational line up of speakers for the afternoon included, Hon. Dr Gale Rigobert, Mrs. Michelle Anthony-Desir, Mrs. Paula Calderon, Mrs. Roberta Polius, Ms. Neysha Sooden, Dr. Nadine Collins, Mrs. Mara Giraudy-Thompson and the legendary Sister Marie Claire-Joseph.

Thank You to my amazing wife Raquel for continuing to organize these meaningful events to support such well deserving causes.

An even bigger Thank You to the many women who came out to support, the businesses and individuals who donated prizes and other items, the volunteers and everyone else who helped in one way or the other to help make this resounding success.

2 COMMENTS

  1. That’s Great! But some of us didn’t attend because of grevé in our heart;; the land is in darkness, while some of you are rejoicing!

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