Nicklaus Children’s Young Ambassadors to host FASHION GIVES BACK
Get ready to travel back in time to the 80s for this year’s neon themed fashion extravaganza hosted by the Nicklaus Children’s Young Ambassadors. Join the hospital’s foundation, along with some of the most fashionable young professionals in South Florida for the Joshua and Jenni Coba Fashion Gives Back presented by Missy and Jonathan Babicka.
The event will raise funds that benefit the children and families at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. The fashion show portion of the event will feature the latest selections from Saks Fifth Avenue – Brickell City Centre, followed by a night of fun and dancing.
The Nicklaus Children’s Young Ambassadors are a group of young professionals and leaders ages 22 to 45 who network and enact change for the betterment of children. Since the group’s inception in 2010, they have raised a total of over $1.25 million through events like Fashion Gives Back, and other philanthropic initiatives throughout the community.
This year’s co-chairs, Ricky Patel and Zak Mann, will be joined by co-host Jonathan Babicka. During a special portion of this year’s event, guests will learn about Gianna, one of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital’s very own patients who continues to fight through her journey of hope and healing.
Thursday, September 19th, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Parrot Jungle Island, click here for tickets.
Brett Graff is SocialMiami.com’s managing editor and has been a journalist covering money, people and power for over 20 years. Graff contributes to national media outlets including Reuters, Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar, Maxim, and the PBS show, Nightly Business Report. A former U.S. government economist, her nationally syndicated column The Home Economist is first published in The Miami Herald and then on the Tribune Content Agency, where it’s available to over 400 publications nationwide. She is broadcast weekly on two iHeartRadio news shows and is the author of “Not Buying It: Stop Overspending & Start Raising Happier, Healthier, More Successful Kids,” a parenting guide for people who might be tempted to buy their children the very obstacles they’re trying to avoid.