Ladies at Shepparton View Club will dress to impress this Sunday to raise much-needed funds for disadvantaged children.
Strutting down the catwalk in the latest summer trends, the local ladies will raise money for the Smith Family Learning for Life program.
The program sponsors children in families whose parents are struggling to provide essential items such as school uniforms, bills and books.
Event co-ordinator Judy Tinker said the parade would help the club support the 1.1 million children in Australia living in poverty.
“Our club is doing something about this huge problem that sadly affects so many,” Ms Tinker said.
“We currently sponsor three children through the Smith Family, which helps ease the burden by providing a combination of financial support, personal support and access to a range of out-of-school learning programs to help them get the most out of their education.”
The ladies will take to the floor dressed head to toe in Australian-made and designed fashion brand Veducci.
The club invites guests to come along for afternoon tea, which will include prizes, raffles and clothes to lust over.
Entry is $10 and the event will be held at Lifestyle Shepparton on Sunday, October 20 at 2pm.
For more information phone Susanne on 0409 331 930.