Giving Goes Glam Fashion Show a Success!

Giving Goes Glam Fashion Show a Success!

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Left to Right: Jennifer Bulovas, President of the Junior League of North Harris and South Montgomery Counties, Inc., Giving Goes Glam co-chairs Mary-Kathryn D’Agostino and Jena McCrann, and Dr. Ann Snyder, President and CEO of Interfaith of The Woodlands.

THE WOODLANDS, TX — More than 550 guests  attended the third annual Spring fashion show, Giving Goes Glam:  A Gorgeous Excuse to do Something Good hosted by  The Junior League of North Harris South Montgomery Counties Inc. (JLNHSMC) and Interfaith of The Woodlands.   The spectacular show raised more than $225,000 which will benefit the programs and services offered by both organizations.

 Headlining the “New York style” runway show was Houston’s own premier fashion icon, Tootsies, featuring an array of spring trends from top designers.   “The fashion show was simply sensational,” said Dr. Ann Snyder, President and CEO of Interfaith of The Woodlands. “On behalf of both nonprofits, we are truly grateful for the community’s support of this event, and we look forward to another fabulous production next year.” Also part of the show, nine community leaders “strutted their stuff” on the runway.

The models selected by a committee for their ongoing dedication to the community through volunteerism, were Sarah Coll, Kathy Croom, Julia Dell, Missy Herndon, Audra Hoegemeyer, George Lindahl, Vicki Norrell, Tracey O’Neal, and Courtney West-Herron.

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Community models George Lindahl and Kathy Croom walk the runway at the third annual Giving Goes Glam fashion show and luncheon.

Guests also had the chance to win “fashion displays” created and donated by local boutiques while Presenting Sponsors The Woodlands Mall and Market Street The Woodlands provided live models wearing outfits from their respective merchants.  The event also featured incredible raffle and silent auction items including designer handbags from Tory Burch and Jimmy Choo, men’s clothing from Norton Ditto, jewelry, spa parties and more.

Top sponsors for the event included The Woodlands Mall and Market Street The Woodlands, Fun-Raising Fashionistas, Friends of Interfaith of The Woodlands, Haute HOPE, Houston Fertility Institute, and Dianne & George Lindahl.  Many other sponsors generously donated to the event.   Proceeds from the event will benefit the programs and services of both JLNHSMC and Interfaith.

Interfaith of The Woodlands is a non-profit social service agency providing numerous programs and services to meet the needs of The Woodlands and the surrounding area.  For more information on Interfaith’s programs and services, or to become a volunteer, please visit:  www.woodlandsinterfaith .org or call 281-367-1230.

The Junior League of North Harris and South Montgomery Counties, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.  For information on The Junior League of North Harris South Montgomery County, please visit www.jlnhsmc.org.

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