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Giving Goes Glam donates over 200 Meals to Local Hospitals

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The Giving Goes Glam virtual event benefiting Interfaith of The Woodlands and Junior League of The Woodlands was held on Friday, August 27th. Sponsors and guests attended watch parties to view this year’s Giving Goes Glam with special remarks from Master of Ceremonies, Ian Ramirez, Co-chairs – Erin Doré and Brianna Masterson, President and CEO of Interfaith of The Woodlands, Missy Herndon and 2020-2021 President of Junior League of The Woodlands, Jennifer Sheehan.

Photo by Interfaith of The Woodlands; Erin Doré – Co-Chair, Missy Herndon – Interfaith of The Woodlands President & CEO, Ian Ramirez -Master of Ceremonies, Jennifer Sheehan -2020-2021 President of Junior League of The Woodlands, and Brianna Masterson – Co-Chair

Presenting Sponsor St. Luke’s Health and Exclusive Automotive Sponsor, SEWELL Automotive Companies, were joined by dozens of other generous businesses and individuals who made this event possible. Many sponsors and guests chose to graciously donate over 200 meals to local hospitals. Meals prepared by The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center were delivered to Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital, St. Luke’s Health and Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center.

Photo by Interfaith of The Woodlands; Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center Giving Goes Glam donated meals from sponsors and guests
Photo by Interfaith of The Woodlands; Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital receives meals from Giving Goes Glam sponsors and guests.
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Photo by Interfaith of The Woodlands; Presenting Sponsor St. Luke’s Health receives meals donated by Giving Goes Glam Sponsors and guests

Ticket holders enjoyed a New York–style runway show highlighting the latest fashion trends by Saks Fifth Avenue, styled by renowned Houston fashion event producer, Lenny Matuszewski and Senior Fashion Stylist, Tamara Klosz Bonar. Special highlights of the show were the 12 community models, each celebrated for their exemplary volunteerism and service on behalf of Interfaith and Junior League. Jennifer Bulovas, Carol Durkee, Alison Judge, Michelle Little, Chad Miller, Kathryne Pruitt, Katie Schonert, Brooke Schmitt, Mike Seder, Lonny Soza, Rikki Speck and Blake Wilcox were honored for their long-standing commitment to various philanthropic activities throughout the region.

Photo by Interfaith of The Woodlands; Community Models – Blake Wilcox, Jennifer Bulovas, Mike Seder, Rikki Speck, Michelle Little, Lonny Soza, Carol Durkee, Alison Judge, Kathryne Pruitt, Katie Schonert, Chad Miller, and Brooke Schmitt not pictured
Photo by Interfaith of The Woodlands; New York–style runway show highlighting the latest fashion trends by Saks Fifth Avenue
Photo by Interfaith of The Woodlands; Scene One: “Chinoiserie” in Fashion Show, Houston fashion event producer Lenny Matuszewski and Models
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The Woodlands “hometown” social service organization, Interfaith of The Woodlands, continues its tradition of helping our neighbors in need through extensive programs, services, and projects directly developed out of community need. For more information on Interfaith’s programs and services or to become a volunteer, please visit woodlandsinterfaith.org or call 281-367-1230.

Junior League of The Woodlands is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. For information on Junior League of The Woodlands, please visit jlthewoodlands.org or call 281-376-5754.

Source: Interfaith of The Woodlands

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