By The World Satellite.
The Miss Charity Ambassador Organization has continued to take more proactive steps in demonstrating its commitments to promoting charity, peace, socio cultural integration, youth empowerment, tourism, investment and sustainable development in Nigeria.
Since inception, the organisation has embarked on a lot of charity campaigns and selfless services. As an organisation registered with Nigeria’s Corporate Affairs Commission, Miss Charity Ambassador Pageant is not just about the funfair of crowning beauty queens, but a platform aimed that discovering and encouraging talented female youths in Nigeria to participate effectively in championing charity campaigns and development in Nigeria.
The will of the Organisation to continue to live up to its mantra was further underscored during the recently held Back-to-School Project at the LEA Primary School and Government Secondary School, Down quarter Kaduna State carried out by the Miss Charity Ambassador Queens, namely: Queen Ruth Edegbo (Miss Charity Ambassador- Head Queen), Queen Joy Ohamba (Miss Charity Ambassador-Tourism), and Queen Gloria Tor (Miss Charity Ambassador-Royal Queen),
In a chat with The World Satellite shortly after the event, the Miss Charity Ambassador – Royal Queen; Miss Tor Gloria informed that about 20 kids were sent back to school by making adequate provision for their school fees, bags, sandals, socks and writing materials. “We also enlightened some female students of JSS 3 on life from our viewpoint and further admonished them to take their education more serious”, Miss Tor added.
Describing the event tagged: ‘A Chance for A Better Future’ as fruitful and fulfilling, the final year student of Benue State University said: “The Back to School Project gave me an insight on what showing love means and what it feels like putting smiles on people’s face. With the little given, we received more in terms of prayers and gratitude from the families of the beneficiaries. It was fulfilling and gratifying”.
No doubt, every kind gesture has an inspiration. For Queen Gloria; one of Nigeria’s talented models who is being inspired by the maxim; “it is better to give than to receive” noted that the act of giving has been one of her attributes and feels glad doing it when the opportunity calls for it.
“If I am in the position to help or reach out and I fail to do that I would forever be restless. Like we all know education is Key and I can’t withstand seeing children at a tender age drop out of school. Being one of the Miss Charity Ambassador beauty queens has created that platform for me to help and touch lives in my own little way and I have to do it with joy’’, Queen Gloria explained.
The Benue-born beauty queen who combines modelling and studies is looking forward to carrying out other projects such as free Medical Outreach, Skills Acquisition programs and Construction of Toilet Seats in secondary schools.