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The Neighborhood House Fashion Show Raised over $12,000 for Neighbors in Need

Media Contact: Nicole Feidner, 248-651-5836 ext. 33, events@ranh.org

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – On May 1st, Neighborhood House hosted their 2nd Fashion Show from 6:30pm-8: 30 pm. This event promoted the services Neighborhood House provides, while showcasing clothing from the Neighborhood House Clothes Closet and Sole Sisters. Each model talked about their role in Neighborhood House or how Neighborhood House impacted them. The evening included a delicious sit down dinner provided by The Meeting House, beauty vendors, and of course, the modeling of current trends.

volunteers at neighborhood house prepping meals

Attendee Becky Stage says, “This is such a fun event for a girl’s night out. I loved hearing about the upcoming trends and how Neighborhood House has directly impacted lives”. The Neighborhood House Executive Youth board and youth volunteers helped plate and serve food alongside the owners of The Meeting House.

For the second year, Neighborhood House is thrilled to have sold out tickets within weeks of being released. The Neighborhood House had a goal of raising 10,000 from this event. With the help of generous donations during the event, they surpassed this goal and raised over $12,000. Jane Ritchie, Fashion Show event planner, says, “We were overwhelmed with how many donations we received during the Fashion Show."

Jean Jernigan speaking at neighborhood house fashion show event

Neighborhood House would like to thank everyone who attended this event and their sponsors: Sole Sisters, The Meeting House, The Royal Park Hotel, Kruk Properties, Diamond Vault of Troy, Horizon Interior Design, Trish McEvoy, and Runway Salon and Spa for sponsoring this event.

About Neighborhood House
Neighborhood House is a private, non-profit human service organization that was founded in 1968. It is the agency’s mission to assist the community during times of hardship, providing services that include emergency financial assistance, counseling, job coaching, budget assistance, transportation, food assistance, clothing assistance and more, with a goal of providing tools that will lead toward self-sufficiency. NH serves any qualifying families in need from Rochester, Rochester Hills, Auburn Hills, Oakland Township and Addison Township. With the support of hundreds of local volunteers, Neighborhood House believes that “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” is a model for a strong community. For more information about getting services or volunteering, visit our website at www.ranh.org.
Nicole Feidner