The theme at Convention this year was "Share What You Love" and we heard some wonderful stories about demonstrators doing just that everyday with their customers and in their communities.
I wanted to share a story about one of my downline and what she did to "share what she loves" with others.
Kathryn Jung is a teacher at a local high school and she organized a project with her textiles students this past year to benefit orphans in Haiti after the earthquake. Kathryn's students sewed dresses and had a fashion show to raise funds for the children at the orphanage. Through their efforts they raised $800 and were able to send 100's of dresses and other clothing to the kids.
Here are some pictures of the girls in their dresses – aren't they beautiful! Kathryn said that her students were so inspired to make the clothing and then were so excited to see the pictures of the kids wearing their clothes. It was such a great "lesson" for the kids in her class.
The student pinned personal messages on the dresses and one said "Made with Love" - and I LOVE this picture.
Some of the girls were too big for dresses but their were happy to wear them as tops instead.
Well done Kathryn and her "kids" – isn't this just an amazing story of "Sharing what you Love".
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