Ms Globe Australia is an Australian national beauty pageant held annually open to women aged over 25 or who are married or parents. The pageant focuses not only on beauty but is heavily aligned with charity & philanthropy work. In 2015 more than 100 contestants from around the country competed with 12 participating in the final. 4 titles were given at Federation Square for the pageant’s 20th anniversary including Ms. Australia Globe, Ms. Australasia, People’s Choice Ms. Coral Sea and international favourite from the 2015 world finals Mrs. Oceania.
An important requirement is that women are involved in charities, this is highlighted by the 2016 winners.
Hristina Risteski while not heavily involved in charity directly due to her strict job requirements regarding the third sector she continues to grow as a public figure and will ensure that women’s rights are promoted through her career path.
Danielle McAlpine Johnson runs not-for-profit organization CheekyMac Charities, founded in 2010 with husband Chico Johnson. Developing youth driven projects CheekyMac raise money for & work closely with a variety of orphanages, schools and churches around the world. They use the creative arts through music, film, stage and photography to raise awareness around issues such as bullying, unity, equality, community, body image and racism.
Nikki Eastmure is dedicating her life to inspiring and empowering women to lead healthy and active lives through her passion project The Body Co. and assisted children through multiple organizations Charities, hospitals and orphanages. Her current mission is to promote a healthy body image for women and help the Butterfly Foundation to help women and men who suffer from eating disorders.
Lucia Hou a Melbourne photographer is a Charity Partner of Bully Zero Australia, partner of the Australian Teenage Expo and Sonya and Sacha Show.