For Immediate Release: August 29, 2016
Twelfth Annual Passion for Fashion to Benefit
The Maine Children's Home's
WATERVILLE, Maine — On Thursday, September 22, The Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers will host its twelfth annual Passion for Fashion fundraiser to benefit the agency's Sharon Abrams Teen Parent School Program from 6 - 9 p.m. at the Vintage Manor Event Center—formerly John Martin's Manor—on College Avenue in Waterville.
The Passion for Fashion event includes a fashion show with clothing and accessories from Divine Consigns of Waterville. There will also be a game, dinner, and live and silent auctions. The auction items include a handcrafted dollhouse with furniture, original art, crafts, gift certificates to local restaurants and businesses, and household help from students from Colby and Thomas Colleges. A limited number of pashminas will be on sale.
Tickets to the event are $30, and can be ordered in advance by calling The Maine Children's Home's development office at 207-872-0261.
All proceeds of the event will go to the Teen Parent School Program, the nonprofit's alternative high school program open to pregnant and parenting teens statewide. The program allows students to work toward a high school diploma through academic and life skills courses, while also providing prenatal and parenting instruction.
To learn more about the Teen Parent School Program, please visit www.mainechildrenshome.org/teen-parent-school.php.
For media interested in learning more about the Teen Parent School Program and how Passion for Fashion's fundraising dollars will support the program, please contact Whitney Moreau at 207-620-9071 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an interview or a tour at The Maine Children's Home campus in Waterville.
About The Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers: The Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers features a full Hague-accredited adoption program that provides assistance to families hoping to adopt internationally or domestically. The Maine Children's Home, founded in 1899, gives children and Maine families hope for the future and a chance at a better life. In addition to the adoption program, the agency offers outpatient counseling, the Teen Parent School Program, The Children's Place Early Care and Education Center, a summer camp scholarship program, and a Christmas Program that provides clothing and toys to underprivileged Maine children.