Maris Stella celebrates Mzanzi Magic style

One of the most anticipated events in their school calendar, Sunflower Day, was awash with fun, style, flair and much “Mzanzi Magic”, their theme for this year’s celebrations.

From music, laughter and bubbles on arrival at school, to face painting and tea parties for their littlest girls, the day culminated in a jaw dropping fashion show, alive with Mzanzi Magic, organised by their Grade 11s. Each class in their Prep and High School worked together to create a unique, imaginative outfit made from topes, and they were fortunate to have Fashion Nanny, Sabrina Maingard, as their celebrity judge. This is the 10th year that Maris Stella has had the honour of supporting The Sunflower Fund, and they are so proud of their Maris Stella Family, for raising R24 250 through the purchase of 970 Sunflower Topes!

The Sunflower Fund would like to thank Maris Stella for supporting their worthy cause and also for participating in their schools competition and are amazed with the creativity and support of their pupils. They have enabled The Fund to give hope to more patients diagnosed with leukaemia and other chronic blood conditions and in need of a blood stem cell transplant.

For more information on becoming a blood stem cell donor contact toll free 0800 12 10 82 or visit


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