Former beauty queen sings for MADD Canada

Two years ago, my beautiful mother-in-law’s life was cut tragically short by an impaired driver. In honor of Donna Jean Kennie, please don’t drink and drive. Impaired driving is 100% preventable. Think about it.

In 2007, Sara G was crowned Miss World Canada.

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Sara G blew the judges and audience away with her amazing voice; winning the talent segment and ultimately taking home the crown. At age seventeen, she was the youngest female in Canadian history to win the country’s oldest and most prestigious pageant.

Well, y’all know I have a serious love for all things pageant. So I’d admire Sara G just for kicking pageant butt but then she stepped it up a notch on my admiration scale. In early December, she partnered with MADD Canada and put her singing talents to work to create an amazing public service announcement.

Check it out:

How uberlicious is that?!?!

I hope you’ll take the time to visit her website and other music at Sara G Music.

What do you think of artists who put their talents towards raising awareness around important social causes? Know any you’d like to give a shout out to?

Support MADD Canada and follow them on Facebook, Twitter (@maddcanada), and on the Web.

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Comments

  1. Nancy J Nicholson says:

    Beautiful Natalie, what a great cause. And, I love your blog love at the end of the posts. Notice, I’m reading blogs again. You must tell me more to explore in the DR.

    • Thanks so much Nancy and FAB to see you around the blogosphere. Woot woot!
      DR – which part are you going to? Punta Cana my fav all-inclusive resort area but the capital city, Santo Domingo, has some of the most amazing sights to see (a huge museum that shines a cross into the sky in honor of Christopher Columbus), a huge monument where Christopher lands, a bar quite literally in a cave under the city (and it has like 4 levels and dance floors), and the most amazing market! So much to see….so little time! If you are going, let me know what part and I can put you in touch with my Mom (she’s from DR) who can point you in even better directions.

  2. I think that public service announcements are one of the best ways celebs can support a worthy cause. Good for Sara G!

  3. Natalie, again, many thanks for the shout-out!

    Being an American, I’ve never heard of Sara G, but she seems to be talented and sincerely socially responsible. A lot of celebrities, at least here in America, seem to pick charity projects when its ‘in style’ then you never hear about it again. There are a few, however, who give of their time, talent and money on a long term basis such as George Clooney with Darfur refugees or Dolly Parton and her group Imagination Library to help stop the high rate of illiteracy in poor communities around the world. Sara put her money where her mouth is and creates a PSA that will reach the at-risk groups MADD is trying to protect. Kudos to her!

  4. What a beautiful woman, inside and out! Her voice is amazing and I love that she is speaking out for MADD. Such a great role model for young women and girls the world over. Thanks for sharing her, Natalie!

  5. Wow. Thanks so much for sharing this! I LOVE when people, like Sara G. and Natlie H., use their talents and gifts for wonderful causes. 😉

    I believe that fame works like a magnifying glass on people’s character and a megaphone on their values. I admire Oprah, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Ashley Judd and James Patterson for using their “megaphones” for greatness. Thanks for inspiring us yet again!

  6. Terrific video Natalie and very powerful. Thanks for sharing. Keep up the good work.

  7. Thanks for sharing Sara G’s message. It’s such a good thing when high-profile people take on worthwhile causes. Keep spreading the word, Natalie, and we will all keep helping. I’m off to tweet this now.

  8. Thanks Natalie for your undying efforts to keep MADD in the forefront! Everyone may at one in their lives be affected personally by this. Driving impaired affects everyone. It’s encouraging to know that talented people can use their clout to help promote great causes! 🙂

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