Those who want to change the world must ask themselves a number of questions. How do I transform the dream of helping others into a functioning business? And how does my charitable organisation get the publicity it needs to become successful? Good questions to which there are surprising answers! All about Charity 2.0 and about the Project "sharing is caring" of NANDINI-international you find out here - good read!
How hugely important our mirror-image is to our self-esteem we all know too well. And at the same time there are so many things in life more important than beauty and apearances. True beauty really does come from within and those who go about their days with intelligence, charme and joie de vivre will always be preaised for their charisma. That's why beauty is also very much a question of mindset.
EMERALD BERLIN supports young girls and women that are struggling with their self-esteem due to cancer treatment and the subsequent loss of their hair. That's why we cooperate with the DKMS life organisation and together created a fashion-collection boosting their "look good feel better"-program. It gives seminars to these women about hairstyling, cosmetics and skin care to give those struggling with cancer a new self-confidence. For more information check the project-page on our website. Thank you!
What is it that gives us strenght in life? What makes us resilient? What helps us to become happy and responsible individuals? The answer to all of these questions might be in part: a happy childhood. Those of us who were fortunate enough to grow up in a stable home with loving parents will find it much easier to build a strong character, life healthy lifes and have good relationships.
EMERALD BERLIN supports the child house "Mignon" of the Benita-Quadflieg-Foundation. Here less fortunate children are given the love and care they need to grow. What makes this project so special and why EMERALD BERLIN has created a unique fashion-collection for it xou'll find out in this blog-post.
„Only when this one simple and undoubtedly genuine truth that animals are mainly and in general the same as we are has spread amongst the people will animals no longer be treated as creatures devoid of any rights."
Arthur Schopenhauer (1788 – 1860)