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To motivate youths to stay in school and inspire them to continue their education in any career field after graduating high school. The ultimate goal is to create a standard similar to ‘no pass no play,’ meaning students participating in the program will need to maintain ‘passing grades’ to ‘play’ in at least two fashion shows per school year. Ways for students to ‘play’ in the fashion shows and program will be in 4 ways: Fashion Designer, Model, Photographer, and Event Planner.

Fashion Moves

Fashion Moves is an organization headed by Ruth Clark. Ruth's vision was inspired by her mother who sewed for family members with disabilities and her father's experiences. Ruth looked more carefully into designing adaptive clothing and founded Fashion Moves. Ruth designs for seniors and working professionals who use wheelchairs or have other special dressing needs. She also holds small fashion shows at various conferences. Ruth has launched a design contest for students pursuing a design related degree, so check it out!

Born Free USA

Born Free USA helps protect some of the world’s most endangered and threatened species and educates the public about the impact their purchasing decisions can have on animal welfare - such as the use of fur in fashion. Born Free hosts annual "fffashion" (fur free fashion) completion that provides an opportunity for forward-thinking independent designers to showcase their talent and contribute to a worthy and cruelty-free cause. Born Free's "Consumers for a Fur Free Society" program partners with retailers such as H&M, Esprit, Topshop, and Marks and Spencer who have taken a stand against fur.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

a group that educates and provides support group for people suffering with depression and bipolar disorder

National Fibromyalgia Association

The National Fibromyalgia Association is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people affected by fibromyalgia. The NFA’s efforts focus on patient support and education, awareness outreach, healthcare provider education, patient advocacy and the facilitation of scientific research.

AEACP Elephant Art

Endangered Elephants paint on sustainable fabrics and designers make clothing out of the designs. The designs are then modeled and sold to clients. The profits from the garments are used to help fill holes in the ground in countries where elephants can fall into.

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ME3 Couture for a Cause

ME3, an organization that promotes volunteering, is partnering with local Raleigh Designers on October 23, 2009 for a fashion show to raise money for nonprofit organizations. Designers will create outfits that represent the mission of their partnered organization. Designs will also be auctioned off at the end of the show. Help support emerging designers for a good cause! Tickets online are $15 and at the door $20.

Zakiyyah Lorraine Couture for a Cure

Kia, the designer for ZakiyyahLorraine, is hosting a bridal fashion show to benefit the Sister's Network of Central NJ Breast Cancer Organization. On October 23, 2009, two lucky attendees will win one of two Couture Gowns valued at $1200 each! On this night only prizes, food, music, fashion, charity and a 60% off discount on any gown orders! Help support Kia's Couture for a Cure! Tickets online are $15!

Cotton. From Blue to Green Denim Drive

Created in 2006, Cotton Inc. began a program where schools and individuals can donate their new or old denim to be recycled. The recycled denim is converted into UltraTouch Natural Cotton Fiber insulation to use for homes in need. Cotton Inc.is working with Habitat for Humanity to help build houses that have been affected by Hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters. Since the start of the denim drive, Cotton Inc. has received over 89,000 pieces of denim and helped build 180 homes. Processing of the denim begins in Novemeber, so clean out your closet and donate some old jeans!

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