Local Fashion Designers Unite to Support Planned Parenthood
Susan G. Komen Foundation benefits from countless fashion shows across the country because of its charitable work in women’s healthcare. In direct response to the foundation’s recent move to cut critical funding to Planned Parenthood’s preventative clinical breast exams to low-income women, we fashion designers of the Puget Sound area stand in solidarity with Planned Parenthood.
We are organizing a fashion show (Pink Carpet Project) to benefit Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and to bring attention to this important issue.
Dr. Anna Kaminski, Medical Director for Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest, will host a short discussion on the status of its life-saving clinical breast exams and referrals for mammograms prior to the show.
Our collection of Seattle-based fashion designers urge other fashion designers throughout the United States to unite to form beneficiary shows in support of your local Planned Parenthood Health Centers. To learn more please visit www.PinkCarpetProject.com.
Sponsored by The Stranger and Fred Wildlife Refuge.
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