Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Esse Gives Back 2013: Love Our Children Love Our Nature




Dear Beautylicious. Have you ever wonder how the real world is. Real world issues never ending thus affect most of child around the globe. Can you imagine how these children facing the reality everyday (i.e. child abuse, child labour, war, homeless) and live with it. We are blessed as our country (i.e. Malaysia) is safe from war and our government is still able to rule the country in peace. Despite of high cost of living, we are not enforcing our child for labour. Furthermore, a community and society in Malaysia are very active in providing shelter and place for the homeless and unfortunate child.
In conjunction with Ramadhan month i.e. ideal month to give, contribute and share with the unfortunate, Esse Organic Skincare (i.e. an eco-conscious skincare brand promoting a sustainable life) is organising an Art Exhibition. With “Nature” as the theme, the artwork is painted by children aged 16 and below. These paintings came from few countries i.e. Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Hong Kong and South Africa. With “Mother Nature” theme, you would notice that these paintings are more focusing on the beauty of nature and its surroundings. They are taught to be more aware with what we are facing now (i.e. pollution, trees cutting without control, green house, etc) and develop love towards our irreplaceable mother earth. I went thru all the artwork and was amazed with it. They are young and talented. Young Picasso.
These are some of the artworks that amazed me:-

Birds of a Feather, Hannah Steyn, 15, South Africa

Happy Frog, Aaron Lam, 5, Hong Kong

In the World Trees Become Pencil, Alice Lim Sze Yuan, 8

Spring Blossom, Kyra Pope, 15, South Africa

Our feathered friends, Pia Steyn, 12, South Africa

The 12 Days of Winter in My Country, Cynthia, 10, Myanmar

The Only Home, Ellyna Choi Jia Yern, 9

Tree of Dream, Charmaine Ng, 14, Malaysia

Whimsical Tree, Charmaine Ng, 14, Malaysia

Every artworks sold in this event will be donated to SHELTER – Home For Children in Malaysia. 

SHELTER is a registered, voluntary welfare organization for children and teenagers who have been abandoned, neglected, orphaned or abused. Guided by the vision to give children at risk a childhood and future by protecting, guiding and healing them, and by building strong communities and loving families, Shelter’s services and initiatives are aimed at:

i) Providing care for children at risk through our residential homes, counselling, therapy and other services
 
ii)Proactively raising public awareness on child abuse, child protection, parenting and youth issues, and equipping individuals with relevant skills to detect signs of abuse and to take action. 

There are many ways to help these children. One of the ways is by joining this campaign and support these young artists and SHELTER. The event will be hosted as follows:-
Date: 19 July 2013
Time: From 11 am until 7 pm
Place: ANNEXE Gallery, Gallery 2, Central Market.
If you are interested with the artworks that you seen above, you may booking them at:-

            RSVP: Camy Ling | +6012-976 5737 | camyling@rocketmail.com
            Sales: Maria Yap | +6012-212 0371 | myap@zeccaltd.com

 
Make yourself available this Friday and if you require further info, do check them at https://www.facebook.com/events/159500284232325/


Anyway Beautylicious, in order to gather more people and to be aware about this event, there are 3 ways to help them:-

1. Are you are blogger? you may blog about this event and request your fellow members to blog about it too. Do join The Butterfly Project Community to raise awareness via social media. 

2. Sharing is caring - Do share about this event via any social media / internet channel

3. Change the Facebook Cover - In order to make people alert and aware about this event, 

Hopefully by doing all these three ways or any of it, it could help to bring people to the fund raiser so that the children's painting would be seen and maybe bought for a good cause! Proceeds of the painting will be going to the SHELTER, a shelter home for abuse children.

Until we meet again in my next post. Stay Beautylicious inside out.