Modelling agency gives back

13 Mar, 2020 - 00:03 0 Views
Modelling agency gives back Models from Unpredicted Amusement pose with orphans

B-Metro

Bubelo Moyo

Unpredicted Amusement Modelling Agency has fulfilled its corporate social responsibility by channelling their gains from their recent pageants to a charity, Qinisani Daycare Orphanage in Nkulumane, last Saturday.

The saying that as you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others has been appreciated by the one-year-old modelling agency as they joined hands with local models, Sanoe Miladzi, Casity Brown and Dorcas to donate clothing to the children’s home.

“The whole point was to promote the girl child by giving them hope so that they should not look down upon themselves. Models took turns to deliver love-filled motivational speeches, played different games with them,” said Blessmore Tazvitya.

Unpredicted Amusement Modelling Agency serves under the mandate to be the beacon of hope for the girl child. 

“We encouraged them to join the modelling world so they wouldn’t spend their time on drugs and prostitution since they will be occupied with something productive,” he added.

Unpredicted Amusement’s Blessmore Tazvitya, Sinqobile Ndlovu and Khumbulani Moyo organised the trip as a way to invite the children to the Miss Independent pageant which will not only be about modelling but also brainstorming ideas on how to be free from mental shackles.

“We are also embarking on projects that will help spread the word about the independence of the girl child, and the public is welcome to help build a better tomorrow together,” he said.

The pageant Miss Independent, organised by the agency has a self-dictated duty of liberating the girl child, in an African society which has perceived them as people of the vulnerable gender.

“Through modelling, we want to reverse the stereotypes aligned with the females and rather use them as stepping stones to success, thus through this initiative they can make extra income to cater for all their financial needs.

“When these kids don’t feel the love of their parents, they seek it from the wrong people leading to them being manipulated,” said Tazvitya.

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