Models Direct's Impressive Performance For New Fostering Campaign

Norwich, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 23, 2009 -- Models Direct are happy to provide a wide variety of clients with models, but they find it even more rewarding when it's all for a good cause - and this was one of those assignments. The modelling agency has already had success providing models for two fostering campaigns for Islington Council, and so were delighted to find models for another one.

Julia from Portsmouth City Council sent in a request for child models from a mix of ethnic backgrounds to appear in photos that would be used in fostering information material. On the day, the children had the photos taken whilst playing in a park.

One of the models' parents went back to Models Direct with a glowing report of the assignment. It was the first assignment with Models Direct for ten-year-old Sephora, but she has done work with other agencies. However, it seems that Models Direct are providing stiff competition for those other agencies.

"I am delighted with the way we have been treated by Models Direct," said her mother, Luna. "Given that we have had previous experience with other modelling agencies, Models Direct stand head and shoulders above the others in the professional way they deal with their clients."

The assignment itself went smoothly and was enjoyed by both mother and daughter. "It felt great," enthuses Luna. "Sephora was treated well and will definitely want to have the same experience again."

There are often appeals to find people to act as foster carers for children and teenagers. There are lots of reasons why children go into foster care, and those who care for them do a fantastic job. Models Direct are delighted that they can play even just a small part in the process.

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Press Release Submitted On: September 23, 2009 at 3:20 am
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