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Welcome Zoalize Van Rensburg as Head Ambassador & Media Spokesperson

Today we are so proud to honor and welcome the dynamic, Zolalize Van Rensburg, taking on the role as the Head Ambassador & Media Spokesperson for Arms of Mercy. Zoalize is not only the current Miss Arms of Mercy, she is also the Founder and President of her own Non Profit known as “Never Too Young to Advocate”, which is a youth development program. Her heart has always and will forever be with people and especially children.

In her own words: “As an advocate I feel that I have been led by my duty to serve, and do everything in my power to ensure that we take the correct concrete steps in order to have hope for a brighter future. I believe that by making yourself heard, and listened to, is step one to success.”

Zoalize, you are a true role model. Your wisdom, passion and determination at such a young age, and making a difference in people and children’s lives is outstanding. We wish you all the best and know that you will do an exceptional job leading our Ambassadors and representing our brand and cause.

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The 2022 Arms of Mercy Brand Ambassador Search is On!

Are you driven and motivated by creating positive change? Do you have a passion to help others?
If so, then we invite you to enter our 2022 Arms of Mercy Brand Ambassador Search!

We require dedicated ambassadors to help grow our brand and to increase awareness about what we do and why our work is important.

The Brand Ambassador Search is open to all areas in South Africa.

What do we require from our brand Ambassadors?
* Create awareness on social media by engaging in our groups and pages, inviting new
followers to our pages, hosting live interviews, and sharing our posts to your profile.
* Hosting / Attending fundraising events in your area for Arms of Mercy.
* Promote any fundraising raffles / competitions of Arms of Mercy.
* Attending a team’s/zoom feedback meeting once a month.

If you are successful in your application, you can expect the following:
* You will receive a sash, required to be worn at all functions hosted or attended as this is a
representation of our brand.
* You will also receive an ambassador code which you will use when creating awareness
(orders received from that code will be recorded and a prize will be given to the Ambassador
of the Month).

Why an entry fee?
The R150.00 entry fee will go towards our organization as part of Arms of Mercy`s fundraising efforts
for our children.

How to Enter?
To enter the 2022 Ambassador Search, click on the following link to complete your entry form: – and upload a head and shoulders photo of yourself.

Entries open: 11 March 2022 – 31 March 2022. Entries closed.

Entry fee: R150 – please send proof of payment to:

Account Holder: Arms of Mercy NPC
Bank: Standard Bank
Account Type: Cheque Account
Account Number: 10114699702
Branch Code: 051001

For any queries please contact Nadine Van Staden on 082 652 8263.

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Arms of Mercy Brand Ambassadors are 2022 SterStatus Apprentesses Contestants!

Arms of Mercy is so proud of our 2 Brand Ambassadors, Sunette Botha & Nadine Van Staden, who will start their journey with “SterStatus” this coming weekend, 5-6 March 2022!

To Sunette and Nadine: Both of you are Shining Stars, confident in what you do and living your passion out on a daily basis. We wish both of you the best of luck on this journey! We believe in you as you both have such strong empowerment skills. Enjoy the glitz and glam!!! Have fun and follow your dreams!!!

To our supporters, if you would like to see Sunette & Nadine as TV Presenters on Via TV and pursue their dreams in the limelight, please click on the links below and vote for them now!!! They are so worth it and every vote counts.

Nadine Van Staden: Vote.
Sunette Botha: Vote.

Please share the news far and wide, let`s give them the recognition they deserve!

“The Apprentesses competition provides a platform, empowering young women to reach their dreams and make a difference. This competition are aimed at developing the skills of all finalists, not only the one or two who win in the end. Through various workshops, training and practical projects, finalists will learn skills that they can use in their own communities, regardless of the outcome of the competition.” –