Doncaster pageant queen Jasmine raises cash for charities

Jasmine Womack, aged 26, from Doncaster has been doing charity and voluntary work for as long as she can remember.

Thursday, 1st April 2021, 2:18 pm

She said: "Last year a friend said to me 'It's time you got some recognition for helping others’. So I entered my first pageant system and due to lockdown have been able to do even more charity fundraising work then before."

In six months Jasmine has raised £80 for Samaritans Christmas Shoeboxes plus 65 shoeboxes, £82 for Mind, £82 for The Sick Childrens Trust, £126 for Castle Academy, £126 for Thornberry Animal Sanctuary and is currently fundraising for Bluebell Wood Childrens Hospice with over £500 already raised.

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Fundraiser Jasmine Womack

Jasmine and her friend Laura Skiba, finalist for Blue Sapphire UK, are holding a Charity Online Talent Show for Bluebell Wood and The Sick Childrens Trust on May 2, the event will also be holding a raffle to fundraise further. Details on the event can be found on her Facebook pageantry page -

Jasmine is excited to be competing in her Miss South Yorkshire finals and continuing to fundraise for charities.

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