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Runway To Hope 'A Christmas Story' Charity Fashion Show

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T.C. Williams High School King Street Campus

3330 King Street

Alexandria, VA 22302

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This event aims to shines light on pediatric cancer an epidemic that impacts the lives of many families all across the United States.

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Thank you for your interest in attending the Forever Moriah Foundation’s first annual, ‘Runway To Hope: A Christmas Story Charity Fashion Show’. This event aims to shines light on pediatric cancer an epidemic that impacts the lives of many families all across the United States. Our greater goal is to raise vital funds to aid with pediatric cancer research, a severely underfunded cause and aim to receive a mass amount of national and regional media coverage.

The highlight of the evening is an inspiring and heartwarming Christmas themed fashion show featuring more than 20 incredible and brave children, all of whom are currently battling or have overcome their battle with pediatric cancer. The show will also feature 10 siblings walking in honor of their loved one. It is an incredible experience to watch these kids show off their strength and unwavering spirits as they strut and smile down the runway!

This AMAZING event will consist of a Christmas Market (vendors), a silent auction, pictures with Mr. Claus himself and friends, a toy drive, and many other activities for kids.

Date: Saturday December 7th, 2019

Showtime: 5pm (Doors open at 4pm)

Location: T.C. Williams High School (3330 King Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22312)

For information regarding sponsorship opportunities, vendor opportunities, and model opportunities please contact us via email at info@forevermoriah.com

***Please note all tickets sales are final! No refunds will be issued!***

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