In celebration of all men and women who walk in light,
may we continue to rise together in love and unity, creating a
sustainable and devoted platform for Mother Earth and her
We dedicate our passion and art form to you.
- Jenna Clifford, artist and MDG3 Torch bearer -
A journey through timeless beauty
“Let us fearlessly, confidently
and enthusiastically embrace
all the diversity of the
orchestra to make wonderful
-Dr. Dorianne Weil-
Nelson Mandela Birthday Tea held at the Sunninghill Hospital in honour of the WAPCCA.
Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela and Jenna Clifford
“There can be no true freedom,
sustainable economy and ultimately
survival of human beings if we do not
cherish and respect one another.
For this reason gender equality
should be the single most important
“Gender equality generates harmony,
fairness and love – which is the foundation
of success and development.”
Green Gold Trophy’s specially designed by Jenna Clifford for Nelson Mandela and the Three Tenors.
Nelson Mandela and the Three Tenors with Alan Knott Craig and Jenna Clifford.
“By dreaming big, pursuing your goals with out-
right passion, and only standing for excellence
in all that you do – the world can be changed. ”
Kimberlyn Brown and Jenna Clifford on a recent visit to South Africa.
“The mother is the most precious
possession of the nation, so precious
that society advances its highest well
HR1783 HR1784 being when it protects the functions
of the mother.”
“We have to show the other nations that the love of power can be replaced by the
power of love. Let’s take the lead in Gender Equality.”
Jenna Clifford, Robin Sharma and Sarah Jane Truter . A Jenna Clifford Dream Big trophy is handed
over in celebration of Robin Sharma Dreaming Big.
“I hear the singing of the lives of women, The clear
mystery , the offering and pride.”
“On the day when it will be possible for woman to
love not in her weakness but in her strength, not
to escape herself but to find herself, not to abase
herself but to assert herself – on that day love will
become for her, as for man, a source of life and
not of mortal danger.”
-Simone De Beauvoir-
Jennifer Rosales, Kimberlyn Brown, Dorothy Delasin and Tania Fourie at the 2008 Women’s World Cup
“Our daughters can contribute just as much to society as our
sons, and our common prosperity will be advanced by allowing
all humanity - men and women - to reach their full potential.”
Through passion, love and sheer determination, the Dream Big
project has taken flight and continues to positively influence lives
since its inception in May 2007.
“Remember always that you have not only the right to be
an individual; you have an obligation to be one. You cannot
make any useful contribution in life unless you do this.”
“It is vitally important that all structures of
government should fully understand that
freedom cannot be achieved unless women
have been emancipated from all forms of
oppression, unless we see in visible and
practical terms that the condition of women
in our country has radically changed for
the better, and that they have been
empowered in all spheres of life as