Hope you will join us for the launch of this remarkable campaign, benefiting the students of Woodrow Wilson High School. Thursday, February 25th 7pm – 10pm at L2 Lounge, 3315 Caddy’s Alley NW (Georgetown). Fashion Fights Poverty (FFP) raise funds for the community to support innovative programs and initiatives which display the powerful impact that fashion and artisans can have on alleviating poverty. Through the Micro = Major Campaign, FFP’s goal is to show that “a million small donations make a big change.”
This fund raising campaign will provide sustainable fabric, school supplies, and curricular support to students for the Clothing and Textile Program at Woodrow Wilson High School. Woodrow Wilson High School Clothing and Textile Program (CTP), began in the 1930s as part of the Home Economic and Arts curriculum. The program has evolved over the years and typically includes up to 225 students, 75% of the school’s total enrollment. Providing $5,000 worth of school supplies, materials (including fabric, notions, scissors, among other materials), and curriculum support (including dress forms and other props).
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