5th Annual Fashion Gives Back
Benefits Miami Children's Health Foundation
Thursday, September 29, 2016, from 6 to 9 p.m.
The Moore Building
1991 N.E. 40th Street, Miami Design District
786-624-2892 (Rebecca Interian)
Miami Children’s Young Ambassadors (MCYA) is celebrating its 5th Annual Fashion Gives Back philanthropic fall fashion show! On September 29, join MCYA at its most glamorous event of the season, taking place in Miami’s Design District. This year’s show is not one to be missed, with Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour’s Fall Fashion Trends hitting the runway. A special patient will be honored and invited to walk the runway with the models in what has now become a tradition and the highlight of the evening.
MYCA members Ricky Patel and Wesley Farrell, partners of Farrell and Patel, Attorneys at Law, created the event in 2012 to raise funds and awareness for Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. This year the law firm of Farrell and Patel will serve as Honorary Chairs of the event.
The MCYA allows leaders from the ages of 22 to 45 to network and enact change for the betterment of the families served by Miami Children’s Health Foundation.
Fashion Gives Back Co-Chairs are Ricky Patel and Zak Mann. To purchase tickets or for sponsorship information, please contact Rebecca Interian at 786-624-2892 or by email at Rebecca.Interian@MCHF.org
About Miami Children’s Health Foundation
Miami Children’s Health Foundation (MCH Foundation) is a not-for profit 501(c)(3)organization established to support the creation of a world-class pediatric hospital so no child needs to leave South Florida for superior medical care. “Funding World-Class Care” and following the principle that all children deserve state-of-the-art pediatric care, MCH Foundation, now a part of the Miami Children’s Health System, has helped the 289-bed Nicklaus Children’s Hospital become a leader in pediatric healthcare with more than 650 attending physicians and over 130 pediatric sub-specialists. Currently, MCH Foundation is dedicating all its resources to Together For The Children, The Campaign For Miami Children’s, which aims to raise $150 million by 2017 and help fund priorities such as the expansion of the Emergency Department, construction of a new Advanced Pediatric Care Pavilion, enhancements to its three centers of excellence, and expanding global/telehealth endeavors. Other campaign priorities include research, pediatric outreach and special programs.