Ex-beauty queen, Matilda Kerry, Holds Fund Raising Event For Cancer | Welcome to Linda Ikeji's Blog





Thursday, 24 November 2011

Ex-beauty queen, Matilda Kerry, Holds Fund Raising Event For Cancer

In the next couple of weeks, ex-beauty queen, Matilda Kerry will be hosting her annual ‘Christmas Bake Sale’, an event set up to raise funds for charitable purposes. The event is scheduled to take place at Victoria Crown Plaza Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos on December 3, 2011.

The maiden edition took place on the 13th of April 2009 to help raise funds towards further development and completion of the Lagos Living and Learning center (Triple L center) for children with developmental disabilities, and was able to raise over a million Naira from the auction.

While last year’s edition which was for cervical cancer awareness featured famous bakers in Lagos state who donated Christmas theme cakes for auction sale during the event. The bakers include the likes of Cakes by Tosan, Baker’s world, Absolute elegance, Delibakes cakes and pastries, Tetrazzini foods limited, Cactus restaurant, Ooh la la, Licious desserts, Odus martiello, Cakes and Cream and lot’s more.
The event also provided a platform for sponsors, bakeries, patisseries and food outlets to showcase their products and interact directly with their consumers while supporting a vital, charitable, public health programme. 
And this year’s event to be bigger and better than previous ones. The amiable ex beauty queen plans to raise millions for cervical awareness.
By purchasing a ticket you are donating to the George Kerry Life cervical health awareness fund. Ticket also gives you entry to the event and allows you bid for cakes to raise more funds towards cervical cancer awareness in Nigeria.
For sponsorship and participation, please call: 08056219840 or send an email to: georgekerrylife@gmail.com


Atobatele said...

What a good way of raising fund to help the needy. Hope the money would be spend for the purpose being raised. Because the rate these celebrities are buying cars is alarming

Anonymous said...


orange said...

Haba. Atobatele! Shouldn't celebrities buy cars? After all, a laborer deserves his wages. They deserve to live well and good too. He who gives a cup of water to the poor lends to the Lord. Abeg allow them. They are trying. Talk more to the dollar filled Ghana must go carriers in the Senate and
house of Reps in Abuja. A little of those stolen dollars will go a long way in alleviating the sufferings of some people and putting smiles on some sad faces or better still give new lease of lives to people who have lost all hope. Free them biko oo.

Recent Posts