“We are very fortunate to have the privileges and the freedom that we have here in New Zealand. Women in Cambodia are born into poverty through no fault of their own. I believe it is my responsibility to give young rural Cambodian girls the same chances to succeed that I had as a girl. I’m grateful to my sister, Janine, for gathering a sisterhood of compassionate women who believe in wellbeing for all women. Together, we can help these girls towards a brighter future.”
“As beauty therapists, our whole professional lives are dedicated to women and wellness. The Bestow Sisterhood is about spreading the love beyond our clinics and taking our place as part of a global sisterhood. I invite you to open up your heart a little wider and consider caring for a little sister in Cambodia. By sponsoring her education, you will change her future. Bestow sponsors six girls through the Cambodia Charitable Trust because we know it makes a difference.”
“The Bestow Sisterhood is about women helping women. My sisters are both inspiring, influential women and I am proud to partner with them to promote wellness for women both in Australia and in Cambodia. I think it’s important for you to know that Denise doesn’t draw a salary from the CCT and all volunteers cover their own expenses. This means every cent of your sponsorship donation goes towards improving the life of your little sister.”
To celebrate the launch of the Bestow Sisterhood we are delighted to introduce Generositea. This beautiful rose-coloured tea is an organic blend of lemongrass, peppermint, hibiscus, cinnamon and cardamom.
All of our profits from the sale of Generositea will be donated to the Cambodia Charitable Trust to support their wider projects like developing new schools, gardens and health programmes in rural Cambodia.