RED BANK, NJ  -- About 100 people watched as models previewed everything from glamorous to at-leisure styles during the Shades of Pink Fashion Show, a community service project for participants of Her Harvest Women’s Outreach Program, which took place on June 29th at the Salvation Army in Red Bank. The fashion show, featuring clothing from Lunch Break’s Clara’s Closet and organized by Her Harvest Women's Outreach Program, Lunch Break, the Salvation Army of Red Bank, KYDS, and Youth Time to Shine-Prevention First, celebrated women trauma survivors. 

“Having the opportunity to partner with Lunch Break and other tremendous agencies and people was an absolute dream come true. Celebrating women that have outlasted trauma was an honor,” says Pamela Major, CEO of Melia Bloom. 

In kind services were provided by Exquisite Photography, DJ Hands Up, Eat Clean Bro, Luigi's of Neptune, Super Foodtown of Red Bank, Igloo Italian Ice, Sugarush of Red Bank, Jersey Shore Dream Center, Paul David Partywares and For Dignity. Models’ makeup was courtesy of Briana Mignano.

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Save the date: Next year’s fashion show is planned for May or June. 

Her Harvest Women's Outreach, a four-month program that runs from January to April, serves women who are interested in personal growth, being mentored and coached, and creating their best future. For more information, please contact Pamela Major at via email byoutynbloom@gmail.com. 

Lunch Break, which freely provides life’s basic necessities of food, clothing, fellowship and life skills for Monmouth County and beyond, accepts donations online at www.lunchbreak.org or at its headquarters, 121 Drs. James Parker Blvd. Follow Lunch Break on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. #whywebreak 
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