Assistance League of the Eastside hosts fashion show, fundraiser

The event will be hosted at the Seattle Marriott Redmond at Redmond Town Center on April 20.

  • Tuesday, April 3, 2018 3:05pm
  • Life

The public is invited to Assistance League of the Eastside’s Spring Fashion Show and Fundraiser Luncheon at the Seattle Marriott Redmond at Redmond Town Center, April 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Dennis Bounds, retired King 5 TV anchor will be the guest speaker and Darcy Camden of Styled Seattle and the resident stylist for New Day Northwest will be the program’s guest emcee. The show features spring fashions from Redmond Town Center’s Chico’s, Soma, White House Black Market, GAP and Gene Juarez. And from Factoria Mall, Kahini Fashions.

Tickets are available for purchase for $65 online at www.aleastside.org.

Assistance League of the Eastside is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that provides support and hope to adults and children who have been touched by financial hardship or violence. Since 1997 the organization has provided 46,897 students with school clothes, shoes and coats through the Operation School Bell program, assisted 21,970 assault survivors through the Assault Survivor Kit program, helped 1,845 homeless men, women and children through the Help4Homeless program and supported 7,697 domestic violence survivors through the Starting Over Support program. For more information about the nonprofit organization, to make a donation or learn how to become a community volunteer or member, visit www.aleastside.org.

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