Your Generosity To A Fashion Affair Looks Like This

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Read how the monies raised at events like A Fashion Affair presented by A Vintage Affair are helping those in the community.  In particular, a board member at A Vintage Affair- Pamela Andrews and her family. See what Pamela says below:

“As some of you may know, earlier this year our two year old son Max was diagnosed with quadriplegic cerebral palsy, with dystonia, and at high risk for seizures. So to say the least, we have had a rough two years. My husband and I work full time and, between doctor appointments and his therapy sessions, we have little time for anything else. Going through this journey and the tough road we’ve been on, I wanted to do more for the community that has helped my family get through this rough time.”

“Last year I joined the board of directors of A Vintage Affair; this is a non profit organization that has been helping women and children in Williamson County for 15 years. Obviously this organization has meant a lot to me over the years, but more so when my son was diagnosed with CP. One of the 15 charities we are raising money for is High Hopes, an all inclusive pre-school therapy clinic. Max attends this school three times a week and receives physical, occupational, feeding and speech therapies. Max has come so far and continues to show us how to be brave and courageous. If not for A Vintage Affair and helping support non profits such as High Hopes, we as parents would not have the resources for our son who fights a tough battle everyday. So, I hope you will be able to join me Saturday, July 25th at the Franklin Theater in helping raise money for these 15 charities. I am in need of a night out, and hope you can join me for cocktails then a runway show!”

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A Fashion Affair takes place on July 25th beginning at 6:30 pm with a VIP reception at ECCO Salon on Main Street followed by the fashion show at the Franklin Theatre.  It will be an event you don’t want to miss!  Even if you are unable to attend, you can buy a ticket to donate allowing another mom or family a night out to support A Vintage Affair, who has been helping women and children in Williamson County for the last 15 years.

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