Original post by Nyree Soulstar

Tunza comes from the Swahili word meaning “to care for” and that is the goal of The Mama Tunza Children’s Home.  There are an estimated 1,659,000 orphans in Kenya, approximately 126 or which call The Mama Tunza Children’s Home their home, and for which the Masai Mara event has been organized.  The mission of the center is to provide a home, nourishment, and education to disadvantaged children, many of whom are orphans, many of whom are HIV positive.

Your visit to the Masai Mara Solidarity Store is shopping for a great cause, helping to spread the mission and raise funds to provide a better life for these children.  There are so many beautiful exclusives available, and even 100L helps to feed a child.  Here is just one of the lovely offerings, the Zebra Showgirl by Russh Lussh for Masai Mara.  This is an outfit you can strut your stuff in, and it carries with it the spirit of celebration.

You can help put a smile on a needy child’s face.  Mama Tunza Video Link.

Styling:

Dress: Zebra Showgirl Outfit – Russh Lussh at Masai Mara

Hair: Kahlua Soil – Vanity Hair

Collar: Ash Collar color-change – Finesmith

Gloves: Tick Tock Long Gloves – Tres Beau

Shoes: Esther Heels – B&G Shoes

Makeup: Eyes: Vixen 2 – Madrid Solo, Lips: Red 2 – Izzie’s

Pose: Everglow

Background: Cinecitta Set – PNP

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