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 Dress a Girl Around the World

  Imagine a  world where every girl owned at least one dress

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This video features our Ugandan Dress a Girl singers singing the song written with our Ugandan friends.

Posted by Rachel Eggum Cinader on May 4, 2011 at 2:19 PM 15894 Views

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21 Comments

Reply Margaret
8:40 AM on May 11, 2013 
Margaret says...
Anyone care to help?
Reply Lisa Kreiner
5:30 PM on March 26, 2012 
Happy Day to all! I just wanted to post a big Welcome to all the new members! I myself am also new and I'm trilled to be a part of this. What a difference we are all going to make.
Reply Margaret
2:57 PM on March 2, 2012 
Anyone care to help?
Reply Margaret
2:56 PM on March 2, 2012 
I am very touched. I came to Ugandain 1980. I have dressed many children and women in Uganda. But this idea means I can dress more. My dear husband is a Ugandan. I want to dress the children in his home village.
Reply Juanita Hargrove
6:03 PM on February 28, 2012 
Wow! This is amazing of the dance, song, and children being blessed with a dress and the fun it leads to, a true ministry to be blessed by! Keep up the great work! JLH in north Florida, USA.
Reply Alice Gollattscheck
9:37 AM on February 12, 2012 
Please send me information I need to be involved in this worthwhile project.
Reply cherylj
8:25 AM on February 7, 2012 
Hello everyone, I bought this months craftseller magazine here in scotland and an article in the magazine was about Hope 4 kids International, and describing the Dress a girl around the world program...I thought wow....I think that would be a great thing to be part of !! If anyone else is in Scotland please contact me would like to keep in contact....I am from Alaska, and have lived here for 6 years.
Reply jrlaris
4:32 PM on February 1, 2012 
I'm wondering if you were one of the sewers last year, in the news article published in Kona. Our church here in Hilo, took on the project after reading that. We sent 125 dresses to the Phillipines. in Sept. I use to live in Kailua, and now Hilo.
Reply destinychild1958
11:22 PM on January 27, 2012 
The way I started was it was only suppose to be a one day sewing, I caught on very fast the was May 2011, well I took a machine home, made some mistakes but I kept on trying till I mastered the art, I myself have made 784 dresses as of today, my goal for 2012 is to make 1,500 dresses. Thank you Paulla for you kind heart to show me the true meaning of joy. When I sent dresses to the Philippines, they sent me picture back, when I saw the children wearing the dresses I was breathless. I could not believe my eyes, at that moment I knew without a doubt what joy really meant, what it feels like.
Reply Rachel Eggum Cinader
9:52 PM on January 27, 2012 
Hi Helen, you can look on the "meet your state/area rep" page and contact a rep near you or you can write to me [email protected]
Reply Helen Jacobi
2:25 AM on January 27, 2012 
I want to help with this project, who do I contact ?
Reply Sue Bushell
12:03 PM on November 26, 2011 
How can pillowcases have taken over my garage? Because women around this country have a heart for God's little girls! I started in my living room with 6 ladies in March 2010 and it's grown and grown so much so that we moved to the church and now average 70+ ladies attending every month (Mom's bringing their daughter's, Gram's bringing their granddaughters, Girl Scouts w/ Mom's and even a cool Dad brings his daughter every month! This has captured the hearts of men and women all over the country! I'm grateful to have a part of changing a little girl's life with a simple pillowcase dress and panties in her pocket! What could be more heart warming?
Reply June
5:44 PM on September 7, 2011 
We have a group here at Northwest Assistance Ministries by Kuykendahl and FM 1960W. We sew on Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and bring your lunch. We have a great time. You can call me at 281-885-4601 and ask for June. I will either answer or call back right away.
Reply MrsA
3:25 PM on July 29, 2011 
I am so excited to get started making dresses for this project. I have more purpose for the gift of sewing I have been given. Keep on stitching and making those girls smile!
Reply beckypoteat
10:25 PM on June 18, 2011 
Precious children! Loved the song!
Reply Kerry Nickerson
3:19 PM on June 6, 2011 
I have seen this video at least ten times and I cry each time. Are we not the hands of God? Are we not the voice of our Lord here on earth? Please contact a rep in your area, or contact me. We are made to do HIs work. Be someone's answer to prayer. Dress a Girl Around the World!
Reply Rachel Eggum Cinader
8:25 PM on June 2, 2011 
Thank you Mary Ann. God bless you.
Reply Mary Ann
5:51 PM on June 2, 2011 
As a girl of 16 yr old and living on the streets a man took me across 5 state line. I was hungry, cold and dirty but he was glad to feed me, give me something to wear. I was pick up by the Reno police spent time in jail until they send me home to Seattle. I know what it be on the streets this is why I am helping dress girls around the world.
Reply jenny zelaya
8:18 PM on May 30, 2011 
Excellent ptoject!!
Reply MjjjusticeProject
3:54 PM on May 30, 2011 
Since MJJJusticeProject are advocates of Michael Jackson's humanitarian message we are always looking for endeavors that he would have endorsed himself. This is one of them.

This is such a beautiful program and something that WE most definitely will circulate via our twitter accounts...our forum, our Youtube, our Facebook. Much appreciation to the founders of this lovely campaign to make sundresses for girls all around the world.

Highest Regards,

Mary Abbas
On Twitter @MJJJusticeprjct and
@budsgirl11954