Center for Hope Hospice Fashion Show, Luncheon & Tricky Tray Fundraiser

The Auxiliary of the Center for Hope Hospice, based in Scotch Plains, is preparing for the annual and highly anticipated Fashion Show, Luncheon & Tricky Tray fundraiser. Proceeds will support the non-profit organization’s Charitable Care program, which last year provided nearly $3 million in free or reduced cost care to those who could not otherwise afford it. Tickets for the Fashion Show & Luncheon are $65 each; reservations may be made by contacting Elaine Pisano at (732) 359-7362.

The fun-filled afternoon includes a runway fashion show with outfits modeled by Auxiliary members, full-course luncheon and a tricky tray with more than 100 baskets donated by area residents and businesses. There will also be a 50-50- raffle, a high-value gift card apron and a Grand Raffle with three prizes totaling over $3500 in value.

Anyone wishing to donate a gift certificate for the apron or make a monetary donation to support the event may send it to the Center for Hope Hospice office at 1900 Raritan Road, Scotch Plains, N.J. 07076; please mark the envelope “Fashion Show donation.”

 

Contact Information
  1. Elaine Pisano
  2. (732) 359-7362
Sun, October 15
11:00 am — 4:00 pm
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The Auxiliary of the Center for Hope Hospice, based in Scotch Plains, is preparing for the annual and highly anticipated Fashion Show, Luncheon & Tricky Tray fundraiser. Proceeds will support the non-profit organization’s Charitable Care program, which last year provided nearly $3 million in free or reduced cost care to those who could not otherwise afford it. Tickets for the Fashion ...

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