Not all fashion show fundraisers are created equal. Childhelp, the nation’s oldest and largest non-profit advocating for abused and neglected children, will host its 12th Annual Childhelp Wings Fashion Show Luncheon on Sunday, April 8th from 10a.m.-2p.m.
With a “Secret Garden” theme and lineup of looks from Dillard’s Mae & Marie, Loop Jean Co. and Amy Inc. guests are certainly in for a treat. In addition to the fab fashions and delicious cuisine, there will be a live and silent auction to compliment the celebrity catwalk. Attendees will enjoy an afternoon at the legendary JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort and Spa and hear inspiring stories of transformation and hope in the lives of Arizona’s children.
Funds raised during the chic afternoon will directly impact Childhelp Wings which brings together volunteers and youth organizations throughout the community to implement service projects and fundraisers that support Childhelp programs and services in Arizona. This year the focus will be on helping to fight the local child abuse epidemic.
Did you know?
An average of five children die every single day in this country as a result of child abuse and neglect.
· Child abuse is reported every 10 seconds in the U.S.
· Over 10 million kids saved through 59 years of Childhelp programs and services
Tickets are $150 for adults and $100 for children.
For more information, tickets, and sponsorship opportunities, call 480-922-8212
Founded by Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson in 1959, Childhelp® has brought the light of hope and healing into the lives of countless children as a leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping at-risk children. Childhelp’s programs and services include residential treatment services, children’s advocacy centers, therapeutic foster care, group homes and child abuse prevention, education and training. Childhelp created the Childhelp National Day of Hope®, held each April during National Child Abuse Prevention Month that mobilizes Americans to join the fight against child abuse. For more information, log on to www.childhelp.org, facebook.com/childhelp or twitter.com/childhelp.