The Fantastically Fabulous and Magical Fairy Godmother
(a.k.a Donna McCallum)
Over the last five years Donna McCallum, the Fairy Godmother (www.fairygodmotherinc.com) has helped over 10 000 individuals in South Africa, Europe and the USA to realize their dreams and goals and has helped small and big companies like Nedbank, Mica Hardware, Estee Lauder, Sun International etc. align their teams and start getting the results that they want. Her inspiring talks, workshops and online training programs leave audiences enthralled, able to Dream Big and then just do it!
Her success led to her being approached by South Africa’s largest publisher to write a book – “The Fairy Godmother’s Guide to Getting What you Want” which is available in stores throughout South Africa.
In 2007/8 she amused South Africans by doing her crazy Fairy Godmother Antics every Saturday with Kevin Fine on 5fm.
In 2009 Donna was nominated by the Mail and Guardian as one of the 300 most influential young South Africans.
Prior to being a Fairy Godmother, Donna McCallum was a successful entrepreneur who has started, run and sold a number of successful businesses in both Marketing and IT.
You are bidding on a choice of one of two experiences with The Fairy Godmother :
- Attend a Dream Mapping and Goal Setting Workshop with the Fairy Godmother - Jhb or CT, or
- Lunch with the Fairy Godmother – Jhb or CT or Durban.
The Lonely Road Foundation thanks Donna McCallum for her generous donation, and her time and commitment to the Foundation.
Terms and Conditions :
This prize is valid for 6 months from the date of the close of auction ie. 28 July 2011.
This prize may not be redeemed for cash.
The prize must be redeemed at a time mutually agreeable to both the purchaser and Donna McCallum, and is dependent on Donna’s availability and course dates.
If you choose the lunch option, the cost of the lunch would be for your account.
The Lonely Road Foundation is a Development charity, aiming to bring life, hope and opportunity to orphaned and vulnerable children in rural areas of South Africa.
The Foundation strongly believes that the challenge of caring for these orphaned and vulnerable children needs to be addressed in a sustainable way, and by the community members themselves. The mandate therefore, is to empower and enable the community, via Caregivers working at Drop-in Centres, to care for the children.