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Miss Fiji Sun is Hibiscus Charity Queen

Miss Fiji Sun Fanifau Spring was crowned the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival Charity Queen yesterday at Albert Park. She and her supporters from the Fiji Sun and family raised
24 Aug 2014 19:51
Miss Fiji Sun is Hibiscus Charity Queen
Hundreds of Hindu devotee gathered at My Suva Park in Suva to Mark the final ritual of Ganesh Utsav (Lord Ganesha prayer) on September 12, 2019. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

Miss Fiji Sun Fanifau Spring was crowned the 2014 Vodafone Fiji Hibiscus Festival Charity Queen yesterday at Albert Park. She and her supporters from the Fiji Sun and family raised $39,047 for the festival’s charity chest.

This year’s charity chest received $99,851.72.

Hibiscus Events Group Inc chairman, Hirdesh Prasad, said the tremendous support was reflected in the amount collected and this would assist those in need.

Miss Fiji Sun is Hibiscus Charity Queen

Miss Fiji Sun is Hibiscus Charity Queen

“No nation, whether wealthy or poor, can survive the negative effects of climate change but we hope that this year’s contestants will be good ambassadors of our nation,“ he said.

He said that since 2006, the charity chest had contributed $1,785,000 to various charitable organisations. Mr Prasad acknowledged the efforts of everyone who took part in the festival.

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