The initiative seeks a woman who helps to create a better future for South African children. Clarins, together with Fairlady, Sarie and True Love magazines, are looking for an inspiring woman who is improving the lives of disadvantaged and underprivileged children in South Africa.
The award aims to support such women in their tireless efforts to bring hope, joy and dignity to children who are victims of violence, poverty or disease.
Jody Bunkell, communications executive at Clarins South Africa, said the award started 18 years ago as an initiative by Clarins Paris and now takes place in more than 15 countries around the world.
“We are always humbled to see the contributions that dynamic and selfless women, such as our previous winners, make towards a better future for South Africa. It is always an honour to support them in their projects,” said Bunkell.
Tell Clarins about women, or nominate those who run facilities or non-profit organisations which are making a difference for South African children from troubled backgrounds. The winner will receive R200 000 to uplift the children with whom she works. Nominations are open until 11 September.
The nominee must be a South African citizen and must agree to the nomination.
Details: To enter, visit clarins.co.za/content/most-dynamic-woman-award
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