Today’s Fabulous Friday Female is Isabelle Redford!

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Isabelle RedfordAfter hearing a story about twin girls who’s mother died during childbirth, little Isabelle turns to her mother and says, “What can we do?  We have to help.”

Seven-year-old Isabelle Redford from Kansas, began to do what she loves the most: DRAW.  She created greeting cards that she sold at garage sales and to her friends and family.  Sales went through the roof, earning her $5,000.  That was enough to build her first orphanage in Haiti….fondly known as the Isabelle Redford House of Hope.  But it wasn’t isabelle-redford-house-of-hopeenough for Isabelle.  $5,000 later, The Global Orphan Project is about to break ground on her second home in Malawi, Africa.

Watch the video to see Isabelle’s story and the incredible gift this girl is sharing with the world…

Isabelle’s goal is to have an orphanage on every continent on the planet.  This little girl is truly amazing.  Her cards can be purchased Isabelle Redford at the Orphanagehere http://theglobalorphanproject.org/donate/merchandise.

So please join me in celebrating this amazing girl and the work that she’s doing to spread kindness  and touch lives all over the world.

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As you know, I would love to acknowledge, honour and celebrate the women who have inspired you as well. So if there is someone that you believe should feature as a Fabulous Friday Female, then send me an email (claire@feminine1st.com) with 3 simple details:

  • Who is your Fabulous Friday Female? (Her name and location in the world)
  • Why is she a Fabulous Friday Female to YOU? (How do you know her? What does she do? In what way is she inspiring?)
  • A photo or link to a picture of her online (if there is a reason that you would prefer not to include a photo, just let me know)

So help me to share with all of our lovely ladies the real women who inspire YOU.

…and remember, as always, to Stay Fabulous too!

Claire x

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