Chapman Partnership’s TAKE A WALK IN HER SHOES
Miami’s notable female philanthropists and community leaders recently gathered to celebrate Chapman Partnership’s acclaimed fundraiser.
Miami’s notable female philanthropists and community leaders recently gathered to celebrate Chapman Partnership’s 12th annual Take a Walk in Her Shoes Fashion Show and Luncheon at Oasis Wynwood. The acclaimed fundraiser honors women who elevate the organization and raise critical funds to illuminate the path toward self-sufficiency for those experiencing homelessness.
Presenting sponsors, Trish and Dan Bell, served as outstanding honorary chairs. The sold-out event was attended by 375 guests and supporters, generating over $300,000 to provide life changing resources.
“We are thrilled to once again be celebrating some incredible women in Miami who are champions of philanthropy, despite the many challenges we have faced as a community in the last two years,” said Symeria T. Hudson, President and CEO of Chapman Partnership.
The South Florida 2022 TAKE A WALK IN HER SHOES Honorees
Lesli Brown, Christina & Chloe Crespi, Metris Batts Coley, Susan Kahn, Lani Kahn Drody & Lauren Kahn Uzarek, The Honorable Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, Lorena Perozo & Valentina Molina, Madeline Pumariega & Alyssa Pumariega, Layla & Danielle Salcedo, Diana Venturini & Marianela Andrea Elmore, Alina and Mia Villasante.
The event was co-chaired by The Lopez Family: Marile Lopez, Annia Lopez and Saramelia Lopez; The Milgroom Family: Ariel Penzer Milgroom and Joseph Milgroom; The Rodriguez Family: Tamara B. Rodriguez, Emma Rodriguez and Cora Rodriguez; and the Teo Family: Tatiana Arteaga-Teo, Aisla Teo, Soleil Teo and Luna Teo.
South Florida television personality Laurie Jennings served as Mistress of Ceremonies. The fashion show featured iconic styles by Danny Santiago and Ndigo Studios against the tropical backdrop of The Oasis at Wynwood.
About Chapman Partnership
Chapman Partnership was founded in 1995 and operates two Homeless Assistance Centers with 800 beds located in downtown Miami and Homestead. The nonprofit provides a comprehensive and innovative “village” of support for homeless men, women, and children. The support includes housing, meals, health and psychiatric care, after-school care, job training, job placement, and assistance with securing stable housing. At Chapman Partnership, aided by generous donors and sponsors, we empower the homeless, providing the tools and hope necessary to build a positive, independent future. An award-winning organization, Chapman Partnership is designated as a top ranked four-star charity from nationally recognized nonprofit evaluator Charity Navigator. Chapman Partnership is a private sector partner of the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust. Learn more at www.chapmanpartnership.org