“Zambezi Soiree” will be a night of glamour heralding the Launch of One Rundle Trading’s much anticipated Winter 2017 collection.
It is expected to be the talk of the town with well known personality Amanda Blair hosting the event.
The high fashion luxury garments will be presented by Adelaide’s leading models on a long runway with VIP seating in the magnificent well manicured garden of Josephine and Andrew Marshall who have very kindly provided their private home for this very special Dignity Zambia fundraising event.
The Cremorne Coach House is very conveniently situated at 224 Wattle Street, Malvern and the event will be held on Friday March 31 from 6pm to 10pm.
According to Amanda Swale “The collection will feature luxurious furs, velvets, leathers and silks. This beautiful range of women’s fashion is anything but ordinary”.
Garments will include both Australian and international leading designers and all of the items paraded will be on sale in the Stuart Street, Dulwich retail outlet after the parade. So its glamour all the way!
As well as the parade, guests will enjoy fine wines and hors d’oeuvres, magic tricks, a live auction with Michael Brock with some great prizes including seven nights at a seafront villa on the Croatian coast for 6 guests.
Other prizes will include win a Girl Date and A Guy date package, Grange Hermitage valued at $850, a Festival Theatre/accommodation package, a Peter Shearer $500 voucher, a One Rundle Trading $500 fashion voucher and much, much more.
Dignity Zambia is fundraising to build a hospital in one of the poorest parts of the world primarily for childbirth. Its in a district called Nalolo in the Western Province of Zambia and this will be a much-needed rural hospital.
The hospital will be named The Arthur Wina Memorial Hospital, and its build is being sponsored by donations from Dignity Zambia to help address maternal and infant deaths.
Dignity Zambia is working on the hospital project with The Hon. Inonge Wina, who is now the Vice President of Zambia and the wife of the late Arthur Wina.
The CEO Volunteer of Dignity Zambia, Sandy Clark, worked for Arthur Wina when she lived in Zambia as a young woman in the 1970s.
“The hospital is very special to me” Sandy said. “I am giving back to people who were so kind to me as a young 22 yr old and who ever would have thought my friend Inonge Wina would one day be Vice President? She is a 74 year old very hard working woman who I respect greatly. When I knew her back then, she was a shy volunteer for the YWCA and I interviewed her on my weekly women’s television program called Mainly for Women. Looking back, who would ever have known she would rise to such a position? There is still great poverty in the rural areas. Because of the hospital they are bringing roads and electricity through at great cost so it’s a very important project for me to complete”.
Sandy is working with volunteer South Australian project manager Nev Pace from Move Foundation to complete the hospital. Work is expected to start shortly on the hospital once the final funds are raised. The hospital is expected to be completed by March 2018.
South Australia’s Penny King from Tours for Independent Women will announce the opportunity for Australians to travel to Zambia with her for the official opening by the Vice President. The travel group can also see the Victoria Falls and some of the best game parks in the world.
Limited tickets to the parade are still available at $110 each.
Please email [email protected] if you are interested in purchasing tickets or simply wishing to make a donation. For further information telephone Sandy Clark 0416181348.