Sugar Land Jewels’ mother-daughter fashion show raises $3,295 for charity

Funds will be split equally between four NCL-backed philanthropic organizations: Lunches of Love, Gigi’s Playhouse, Hope for Three, and Fort Bend Women’s Center.

Models for the show came from the 2023 Ticktocker class and their mothers. “Ticktockers” is the name given to the adolescent members of the chapter. The Class of 2023 are children from various schools in the area.

Dubbed “Phashion for Philanthropy”, this year’s show was an event in its own right due to the large number of attendees.

“We wanted a cute and catchy name to indicate the emphasis on a charity event,” said Jennifer Cox, president of NCL. “Models were encouraged to save their clothes or buy their own wardrobes. It was fun to see the model’s interpretation and personality on the runway. “

The class was divided into four “fashion houses”, each of which represented a partner in philanthropy. Each house chose a theme for their show: decades, westerns, college game day, and pretty in pink. The event was presented by voice actor and former radio host Michele Fisher.

The Sugar Land Jewels is currently concluding its membership campaign for calendar year 2022-2023 and will continue to work with district and national philanthropic partners. The chapter will honor the Class of 2022 in May for volunteer service during the period in the program.

For more information, visit www.nationalcharityleague.org/chapter/sugarlandjewels.

juhi.varma@hcnonline.com

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