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Applications Open For Elizabeth Arden's Make A Visible Difference Honouring Community Builders

By Stella WaAfrika



Are you community builder or do you know of any heroes in your community working hard to make a difference in the lives of the people?  Beauty brand, Elizabeth Arden through their Make A Difference initiative calls upon all community builders to take part. You can nominate agents of change whose charitable work in the community deserves to be rewarded.

The Elizabeth Arden Make A Visible Difference campaign honours, connects and empowers extraordinary South Africans striving to build a better future within their communities. If you've made a significant contribution to the betterment of life among South Africans, Elizabeth Arden invites you to share your story.



How it works

From 14 April to 31 May 2014 anyone who’s over the age of 21 and has contributed in some way, shape or form to making a difference, can enter on makeavisibledifference.co.za
All applications must be accompanied by a 500-word essay on how do you do more to Make A Visible Difference in your Community.

Four Community Heroes will be selected to receive a prize package valued at R65,000 each, including a R40,000 cash contribution from Elizabeth Arden to each Community Hero’s designated BEE certified non-profit charitable organisation.

One Community Hero Grand Prize Winner will be selected from amongst the community heroes to receive an additional R40,000 cash contribution to further their education.

Elizabeth Arden will also donate R4 to our Community Heroes' causes for every full size Visible Difference product purchased at a participating retailer between 14 April and 30 June 2014.


To share your story, visit:   makeavisibledifference.co.za

Source: makeavisiblediference.co.za


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Stella is the founder of WaAfrikaOnline.  A Pan-African at heart, passionate about Africa, human rights, women empowerment and girl child education. She's also into broadcasting. 
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