Miss World visited California, see what she was up to
Beauty With a Purpose joined forces with MLMP (My Life My Power) and the Los Angeles Police Department for a special event. Miss World CEO Julia Morley and the reigning Miss World Stephanie Del Valle were welcomed to Newton Community Police Station to be part of a truly inspiring mentor program to support disadvantaged kids in a unique after school program.
LAPD and their police men and women have been working with youngsters for over 18 months to help them set and achieve their goals in life. The program is set to be a huge success.
Miss World was very happy to be part of it and inspiring the children she had the chance to meet.
During her visit to California, there was also time for some fun, as Miss World joined 100 children for a special day at the seaside. Santa Monica Pier was the location chosen for the annual Water Buffalo Club sponsored event. Every year the Water Buffalo Club reviews and grant requests from local children’s charities who are seeking funds to further their cause. One such charity is Chance for Children.
Chance for Children Executive Director and Co Founder Tai Collins summed up the mood of the day: "The kids have had their first seaside experience. For some of them it will be life changing. We would like to thank all the members of the Water Buffalo Club for making this such a memorable day and a big thank you to Julia Morley and the Miss World Organisation for coming to support our children."
As usual, Julia Morley and Miss World took some light to and got many smiles back from children and those in need, in the true spirit of Beauty With a Purpose.
For more details, visit MW´s official website: www.missworld.com