Spring Branch Education Foundation will kick off its 2021-22 social and fundraising season with its annual Style Show and Luncheon, High Heels & High Fashion, on Friday, Sept. 17. Co-chairs Elizabeth Canfield, Madison Ford and Stephanie Montalbano are eager to host local fashionistas at the Royal Sonesta Houston, 2222 West Loop South.
“Unbelievably, the Show is right around the corner, so we’re encouraging everyone to register early,” said Canfield. “We’re excited to return to full capacity with all the frills that make this event so fun!”
Ford explained, “Our guests can anticipate seeing some of their friends and SBISD staff members on the runway. And pop-up stores will be open for shopping before and after the show.”
“They also can expect to see fun and exciting fashions,” Montalbano said. “We look forward to seeing what Frock Shop, Chloe Dao, Lucho, Kendra Scott and The Vintage Contessa/Times Past have in store for us.”
All proceeds from High Heels & High Fashion, will benefit Spring Branch ISD’s 35,000 students through innovative programs provided by the Foundation. Since 1993, SBEF has gifted SBISD with more than $16 million in grants and scholarships.
Check-in will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by the Style Show and Luncheon at noon.
Tables for 10, $1,500 to $10,000, and individual tickets for $165, are available at https://sbef.ejoinme.org/2021StyleShow. Sponsorships are available at https://sbef.springbranchisd.com/events/style-show-luncheon.
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About Spring Branch Education Foundation:
Spring Branch Education Foundation is committed to supporting SBISD students and educators. It partners with the district and community to fund programs that enhance education and ̅prepare students for the future. All Foundation dollars, donor designated or unrestricted, are only used to support programs that align with the Foundation’s mission by funding teacher grants, district grants and scholarships for SBISD students. Since 1993, the Foundation has donated more than $16 million to the district. SBEF is a 501(c)3 organization; all donations are tax deductible.