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The Quarantine Collaboration: A Virtual Fashion Show Fundraiser
May 14 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
The Quarantine Collaboration is a virtual fashion show presented by American AV and Models for Charity to benefit Triangle Family Services in their COVID-19 relief efforts.
As we all know, COVID-19 has had a profound impact on our community. This worldwide pandemic has no boundaries – we have ALL been affected. In an unprecedented time like this, we are truly inspired to see how our community has rallied around local businesses & non-profits to lend support in a time where it’s needed the most.
Please join us for a night of fashion from your favorite local boutiques, the best beats from DJ Supr Dupr (who will be live DJing and streaming), and a virtual raffle with some pretty awesome prizes (everything from an at-home spa package to a Tito’s Vodka golf bag to jewelry from Reliable Jewelry), all from the comfort of your own home!
We love seeing all the creative ways our community finds to still stay connected to each other virtually during this quarantine, so when American AV presented us with the idea to continue to serve our mission, we couldn’t pass up the chance to collaborate. While it’s made to look fluid, this was our first time “social distancing” for fashion. We are still bringing you a live experience, but each model was pre-recorded allowing us to follow all safety protocols to protect our models and staff. Again proving that we as a community are stronger than the distance between us.
Registration and Information at: https://www.virtualeventspace.com/
You can purchase raffle tickets until 8:30 on show night at: https://go.rallyup.com/quarantinecollab or text QUARANTINE to 855-202-2100!
“Triangle Family Services is fortunate in that the core of our organization is dealing with families in crisis. While none of us could have prepared for COVID19, our staff were able to quickly pivot and we continue to be there for our community, offering all our services virtually. Please hug those you love a little tighter, take care of yourself, and know that we remain at the front lines to help families in crisis.” – Alice Lutz, CEO, Triangle Family Services