Eras of Hope Charity Fashion Event in Chicago

Attend the Eras of Hope inaugural fashion event in Chicago. One Hope United has a 117-year history of “protecting children and strengthening families.”

WHEN: Saturday, April 28, 2012 from 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM

WHERE: Mercedes-Benz of Chicago – 1520 W. North Ave, Chicago, IL, 60642

Violet Romer in flapper dress

Violet Romer in flapper dress (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Come dressed as a Flapper, hippies or futuristic fashionistas and then capture your look in the photo booth! Fabulous fashion produced by Benjamin Cottrell Designs will feature looks created by four designers.

Fashion and music will change hourly, starting with the 1920s and moving through the eras with plenty of entertainment and dancing.

April is Child Abuse Prevention month; this organization strives to raise awareness and funds to support One Hope United’s efforts to  prevent child abuse.

There will be also be:

Music by David Fenmore

Bites and beverages

Premium goodie bags

Silent auction

Complimentary one-year subscription to Chicago Magazine

Admission: $40 in advance; $50 at the door

One Hope United has been active in urban, suburban and rural communities for more than 100 years. They are committed to engaging local volunteers, community activists, business leaders and other partners in planning, decision-making and service delivery. Our partnerships within the communities we serve are critical to our success.

Potential clients including those interested in becoming foster and adoptive parents, should view:  Locate Services page to find  an office location closest to them to inquire about services.

Dr. EveAnn Lovero writes Travel Guides at
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