Fashion show helps raise money for Easter baskets

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Local non-profit organization the Do-Gooder group will have a fashion show at A Southern Company on 7th Avenue March 12 at 4:30 p.m.

The fashion show will feature clothes donated by the local Goodwill to provide trends at a low cost. Volunteers and Do-Gooder’s themselves will be modeling at the event

According to their website, the Do-Gooder Group is a diverse group of believers. The Do-Gooder Group’s mission is to help out the communities of the nation and inspire others worldwide.

“Rather than running away from troubles in life, we want to tackle them head on,” Do-Gooder Group leader Anthony Hancock said.

The group wants to spread positive attitudes and work miracles for the greater good of humanity. The organization only requires volunteers have a desire to be a part of a movement that is dedicated to bringing positivity, enlightenment and awareness to the community.

The fashion show will also include refreshments, prizes and music.

The Do-Gooder Group had its first project over the Christmas season. The shoebox drive was an event where Do-Gooder’s collected about 40 shoeboxes and filled them with items like gloves, hats, socks and hand warmers to handout to the homeless. The project had over 25 pledges and numerous other donations including jackets, blankets and pillows.

Hancock said he hopes the first annual fashion show will have a great turnout.

Admission for the show costs $15 with a charitable Easter basket donation and $20 for those who do not donate. All proceeds go towards making Easter baskets for the children at the Huntington City Mission.

Logan Parkulo can be contacted at [email protected]