Wow! Pasitos De Luz wins again!!!!!
From the moment the doors opened at the Pasitos de Luz fashion show, we knew it would be a day to remember. The mood, energy and warmth was amazing.
The Pasitos de Luz fashion show held on Saturday was sponsored by River Cafe, Kathleen Palmer from Deja New, Luis Germany from Malecon Salon, and was supported by Print PV, Cassandra Shaw Jewelry, plus the fantastic models and Pasitos de Luz volunteers who donated their time.
The results came in over the top - more than ever before. For only 350 pesos, attendees were treated to a wonderful meal, great fashions, 50/50 draw, and outstanding auction and raffle items generously donated by businesses and individuals in the community. If you never thought one donation could really make a difference we can tell you it does - and how!
Pasitos de Luz received 138, 570 pesos from the generosity of the community and the 230 ticket holders who bought tickets and purchased the donations from our community.
In addition, Deja New donated another 49,241 pesos to Pasitos from clothes donated by you to the Deja New store for the Pasitos de Luz account. Keep bringing them your clothes for Pasitos please!
On behalf of Pasitos, we can't thank you enough. Your support of low income families who have children that suffer from severe physical and psychological issues is invaluable.
We have one more upcoming event this year and hope you can help us continue to make our community a better place. Riverfest - March 4th at El Rio BQ Bar. Watch for more information soon! We are looking for people who like to have fun and enjoy helping charity by attending and/or donating.
Watch for info or contact Barb Bremner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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