Fashion show raises money for school lunch program – Cayman Compass

Isy Obi of Isy B trend home, left, presents NCVO coordinator Mona Meade with a test for the Caring Cousins program.

Sand Angels and native trend home Isy B Designs hosted a trend show on Might 11 that raised $500 for the Nationwide Council of Voluntary Organisations’ Caring Cousins lunch program.

The “Whats up Summer time” trend show highlighted Isy B’s 2017 Summer time Assortment, in addition to swim, athletic and resort put on from Sand Angels.

This was the second charity trend show to learn the NCVO.

The Caring Cousins program funds day by day lunches and snacks for college students in want throughout Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac. It helps 38 college students in a number of public faculties.

NCVO coordinator Mona Meade stated, “It's great to see that folks actually care and are prepared to assist in any means they will to help our kids in getting a scorching meal in the course of the school day. We're so grateful to Isy Obi and Sand Angels for their kindness.”

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Fashion show raises money for school lunch program - Cayman Compass