Model fundraising: Fashion Show raises over £8,000 for Enham Trust
Annual Fashion Show raises over £8,000 for Enham Trust
Local fashion connoisseurs enjoyed a night of glitz and glamour at the House of Colour fashion show last week which raised over £8,000 for Enham Trust.
Personal Stylist Kate Jones from House of Colour organised the event for Enham Trust which saw many high street brands donating their latest designs to the event. Brands included: Hope, Marks & Spencer, Phase Eight, Honeysuckle, and Debenhams.
The event was held at Audley’s Wood Hotel in Basingstoke and those who attended enjoyed a two course meal and a glass of bubbles on arrival.
A mix of disabled and non-disabled volunteer models showcased the latest from the high street, and were beautifully styled by the brands supporting the show.
Sarah Afleck, Fundraising Manager at Enham Trust, said:
We had such a fabulous evening and we’d like to say a big thank you to House of Colour who organised the event, and everyone who came along. We’ve raised a great deal of money for Enham Trust, and donations like this make a massive difference to what we can offer. All the models looked gorgeous and it was evident that everyone really enjoyed themselves!
As well as the fashion show to entertain the guests, an auction and many fundraising games took place which raised further funds for the charity. A selection of luxury items were on sale from various retailers for guests to purchase.
Enham Trust works with 7,500 individuals a year to build independence and provide choice and skills development.
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