“We are excited to present the Haute with Heart Fashion Show again this year, with the help of our sponsors making it our 37th,” said Debra Emerson, CEO of St. Madeline Sophie's Center. “This year’s event is unique in that the theme was drawn from SMSC student John’s Ballerina painting and will include our students’ performing arts production of Grease.”
Sponsors of the 37th Haute with Heart Fashion Show include: Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians as the Presenting Sponsor; Barona Resort and Casino and St. Madeleine Sophie’s Auxiliary as Fashion Icon Sponsors; Giving Back Magazine, Marcoa Publishing Inc., SDG&E and Sycuan Casino, San Diego Home/Garden, as Fashionista Sponsors; KPBS, Lundy Insurance Services Inc., and Chris and Karen Hinman as Vogue Sponsors.
Sally B. Thornton, writer and philanthropist, will be returning as this year’s Honorary Chair. Distinguished honorees include Barbara J. Menard and The Menard Family Foundation. Additionally, Leonard G. Simpson, TV personality and creator of the internationally known company Fashion Forward™, will be producing the fashion show.
Professional models will walk the runway showcasing the latest trends in fashion to benefit the unique programs offered at SMSC. Proceeds raised at this event directly benefit more than 400 adults with developmental disabilities, such as autism, Down syndrome and cerebral palsy, attending SMSC.
The event will include boutique shopping, a duo of live and silent auctions as well as a performance from the Center’s Performing Arts Group’s production of Grease and modeling from the SMSC Triton Swim Team.
Ticket pricing options for the event are $100 a ticket for preferred seating and $200 a ticket for premier seating. To reserve tickets or for more information, please contact Neil Fullerton at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (619)-442-5129 ext. 115.
For more information about the 37th Haute with Heart Fashion Show, visit: www.stmsc.org.
About St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center:
St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center serves 400+ adults with developmental disabilities, through nationally recognized, innovative programs. Its mission is to educate and empower individuals with developmental disabilities to realize their full potential. Developmental disabilities include autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and other cognitive disorders for which there are no cures. St. Madeleine’s combines its culture of care and creativity within quality programs to provide liberal arts education, practical skills development, employment and dignity for a lifetime. Programs are offered on a staff-to-student ratio of 1:3 to 1:6, depending upon the level of each student’s disability. These programs include: Activity Center; Adult Development Center; Seniors (for adults age 50+); Behavior Modification; Supported Employment; and Work Activity Program.
Sites: St. Madeleine’s has three sites: its main campus on the outskirts of El Cajon; Sophie’s Gallery and Gift Shop in Downtown El Cajon; and a satellite gallery, Sophie’s Kensington Gallery, a collaborative gallery with Kensington Gallery, a venture of the Autism Research Institute.
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