The inaugural Soiree Under the Stars will be held on Thursday, January 17th, 2019 from 6:30pm-9:30 p.m., with a VIP Cocktail Reception at 6:00 p.m. This celebrity fashion show and fundraiser will raise funds to support KKIDS, Inc. and its mission of providing for at-risk children in foster care. The event will be held at the award-winning London Bay model homes at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club. The evening will feature local celebrity models showcasing the latest fashion from Brodeur-Carvell Fine Apparel. Few tickets are remaining.
Honorary Chair of the event is Representative Heather Fitzenhagen. She is joined by co-chairs Marilyn Santiago, President of Creative Architectural Resin Products (CARP); and John-Carlos Estrada, WINK News Anchor and Reporter.
Guests will delight in a waterside runway show and bask in the luxury of three London Bay model homes in a semi-formal progressive evening of food, fashion, and fun. Tickets are $95 per person or $150 for VIP and are available by calling Karen Scott at 239-229-6106 or online at facebook.com/KKIDSInc.
Soiree Under the Stars is presented in partnership with Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club, London Bay Homes, and Brodeur-Carvell Fine Apparel. Other sponsors include Clive Daniel Home, Attorney Sean King of King Law, John R. Wood Properties, Manhattan Construction, Overtime Pizzeria & Sports Pub, and Cove Systems. Hair is being styled by Paul Mitchell The School in Fort Myers.
Celebrity models include: Representative Heather Fitzenhagen, Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno, NBC2 Anchor Kelly Burns and NFL star Earnest Graham and running back Jarvis James. Joining them are Dr. Samantha Andrisco, Mark and Susan Blust, Dr. Heather Fernandez, Brittany Gonzalez, Sean King, Dr. Maryann Kriger, Amy Oshier, Marilyn Ponce, Brien Spina, Jeanne Sweeney, Wendy Tooley, and Lieutenant Angel Vaughn.
ABOUT KKIDS, INC.
KKIDS, Inc. is a nonprofit organization that honors God by providing a safe home where children at-risk are safe, loved, and valued. KKIDS, Inc. fosters children in both the short and long term. It provides support to single parents, incarcerated parents, and the families of foster children, in order to break the generational cycle of substance abuse, government dependency, and lack of higher education. KKIDS, Inc. relies solely on community support and donations; it receives no government funds or stipends. KKIDS, Inc. currently supports children and their families through basic materials and essential items, along with advocacy and legal support.