Little Black Dress Gala Spring 2017

When I looked into the audience, the room was buzzing with laughter, excitement and joy! To see over 1000 people ready to help their community was truly powerful for me. The Little Black Dress Gala is a charity fashion show which is put together to showcase local designers while fundraising for Help Change My City. The evening celebrates Vancouver’s multiculturalism, performing arts, fashion and the positive change happening in the lives of our youth! Help Change My City works directly with those in need. They help troubled and unprivileged youth in Vancouver find employment and provide education bursaries to those looking to get a higher education. I feel very privileged to have had the opportunity to model at this event.

Designer: Julie Blaney , Photographer: Jason W Media

 

The Walk To Fight Arthritis

The Walk To Fight Arthritis is held all over Canada by the Arthritis Society. The Walk is a fundraising event that happens in communities around the country to fund a cure and improve the lives of those fighting with arthritis. I was so empowered by the amazing turnout and all the effort put in by the volunteers, sponsors and the organizers! Over 8000 people came together in 41 communities all across Canada and ended up raising $1.25 million to support the Arthritis Society!  I’m proud that I could help with such an amazing cause!

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Jennifer Chen from the British Columbia Chiropractic Association and I were very excited to have booths next to each other!

 

Exciting News!

http://www.safeteen.ca/

As a self-love and empowerment advocator, I have been looking for different ways to provide teens with the resources and help they might need to feel secure. I want teens to have a safe space where they can talk about their issues and where I can help them in a one-on-one conversation. I’m highly proud to say that Safeteen and I are partnering together to create a healthy and productive environment for Vancouver teens. We plan on leading workshops and discussions together to teach teens about self confidence and empowerment. Since there are a lot of things that need to be worked out to be able to plan efficiently, our workshops/programs will be effective in September 2017.

 

What’s Next?

Amazing hair and make-up by CRAFT Academy Salon!

I’ve got a lot of cool events planned, so please stay tuned for pictures and details! As per media coverage I was featured in the North Delta Reporter-(http://www.northdeltareporter.com/e-editions/?iid=i20170511021115403) . And I have a few more exciting interviews coming up so keep following me on social media to hear about those. I am also happy to announce that I have my first sponsor! CRAFT Academy Salon is my official hair and make-up sponsor for all my Vancouver events! http://www.craftacademysalon.com/ .

For sponsorship enquiries please email me at: missteenagelowermainland2017@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MissTeenageLowerMainland2017/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/missteenagelowermainland2017/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeenLowerMain17

So that’s it for now folks, stay tuned to follow my journey and keep loving!

 

Sincerely,

Miss Teenage Lower Mainland.

 

Written by: Samriddhi

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