Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation Announces Models for 38th Annual Foundation Fashion Night on October 23
New Vote2Give Component Added to Raise Additional Dollars for CHS NorthEast
CONCORD, N.C. (October 17, 2018) — Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation is excited to announce its models for the 38th Annual Foundation Fashion Night (FFN). There are 67 members of our community and hospital, Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS) NorthEast, modeling clothing from 12 different stores and boutiques. The sold-out event, which is less than a week away on October 23, will be held at the City Club at Gibson Mill.
“Foundation Fashion Night is a signature event for our community and the NorthEast Foudation as we raise money for our hospital,” said Charlie Sastoque, Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation President. “The support we have received from our teammates at the hospital and civic leaders to particpate in the event has been unbelievable. We sold out the event for the second year in a row, and it says a lot about how much everyone supports our hospital and believes in providing great care in our community.”
Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation is rolling out a new component to this year’s event – Vote2Give. Each of the major service areas at CHS NorthEast will be partnered with a boutique/store along with the models who will be showcasing their outfits. Those in attendance, as well as those who are unable to attend, can help raise additional dollars for 12 service areas by voting for their favorite area of the hospital, store or model.
Voting has already started at FFN.givesmart.com. The platform makes it easy for supporters to register and each vote is only $1, however, voters can choose any dollar amount.
For example, $50 = 50 votes!
This year’s models and stores, which will each represent 12 areas of the hospital supported by the Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation, are:
Team Breast Health/Nordstrom SouthPark – Sebastian Correa, Stamie Despo, Jennifer James, Natalie Van Poppel, Chris Wagner
Team Cabarrus College of Health Sciences/Love You Back Boutique – Lillian Barkely, Carrie Brigman, Maleri Frye-Bonifacio, Brittany Moore, Yuliya Rudnitsky, DDS.
Team Cancer Services/Virginia’s – Deah Black, Pam Cain, Carolyn Carpenter, Joan Davis, Amy Greene, Dr. Brigitte Miller
Team Cardiac Services/Pretty Please Boutique – Lynette Gregory, Renay Jones, Naomi Keller, Amber Lube & Tank the Therapy Dog, Johnna Parsons
Team Children WIN/Neta’s Children and Ladies – Lori Clay, Cooper Dabbs, Finely Dabbs, Dr. Shelley Houston, Lily Houston, Sue Ramsey, Liza Rogers
Team Emergency Services/3 jem’s boutique – Sarah Busby, Jenna Cook, Emily Davis, McKenna Furr, Teresa Grier, Danielle Robinson
Team Greatest Need/Adair Style Studio – Natalie Atwell, Kaity Cook, Emerson Lisk, Kate Smith, Sravani Tummala
Team Jeff Gordon Children’s Center/JCPenney – Harper Arrowood, Eli Cannon, Emma Cannon, Marsha Cannon, Will Cannon, Amelia Miller, Tami Napier, April Samples, Ashlie Shanley, Van Shaw
Team Neurosciences/Cabarrus Country Club Pro Shop – Brad Bourret, Rachel Entwistle, Dr. George Khouri, Mark Plemmons
Team Spiritual Care/Hope’s Bridal Boutique – Marin Powell, Chandler Riley, Dexter Royal, Keyuna Sturdivant
Team Surgical Services/ Hampton’s Men’s Clothing – Dr. Jeffrey Greene, Dr. Christopher Holland, Fernando Little, Dr. Patrick Lynch, Tony Stewart
Team Women’s Services/Lovely Lines Boutique – Ernie Glover, Karen Goforth, Tracy London-Driver, Yolanda Stanback, Erica Yost
Since its inception in 1981, Foundation Fashion Night has raised over $1.5 million directly benefiting CHS NorthEast as we strive to improve Health, elevate Hope and advance Healing – for all.
About Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation
Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation was created in 1994 to support one of our community’s most valued assets, Carolinas HealthCare System NorthEast. Community leaders were invited to establish a Foundation Board of Directors whose mission was to secure additional financial support solely for Carolinas HealthCare System NorthEast. Through an organized program of fund development with families, friends, businesses and neighbors, this mission continues today. Gifts to Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation are considered gifts of love and support from the community, gifts that acknowledge the importance of preserving and enhancing the health status of our community.