Jade in pageant quest to help make the world a better place

Marketing co-ordinator Jade Fairbairn is a WA Finalist in the Miss Humanity Australia pageant being held in Melbourne this month. Picture: Matthew Poon www.communitypix.com.au d402213
Marketing co-ordinator Jade Fairbairn is a WA Finalist in the Miss Humanity Australia pageant being held in Melbourne this month. Picture: Matthew Poon www.communitypix.com.au d402213

The 21-year-old marketing co-ordinator became a finalist last month in the WA competition, which recognises young Australian women who exemplify beauty, talent, intelligence and compassion.

It also aims to create new role models who, through the beauty pageant, will serve as ambassadors to charities, enrich the perception of the beauty of women while positively influencing their communities.

Miss Fairbairn said she chose to get involved because she wanted to encourage others as well as raise awareness of how to make a difference in communities and in countries around the world.

‘Helping others is such an integral part of my life and I know I can make a difference in people’s lives,’ she said. ‘All it takes is some of your time to help another in need and you can make their life a bit brighter.

‘Through the Miss Humanity pageant I hope to inspire others to get involved and give back to the community and those less fortunate.’

The role also promotes fundraising for charities while seeking to inspire and empower young women to be a part of ‘Beauty on a Mission’ initiatives and to be exceptional role models for other women and the wider community.

Twenty girls have been chosen to compete in the national final and one will be crowned Miss Humanity Australia and represent Australia in the international final in Barbados next month.