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REALPRO Foundation Supports The Fight Against Cancer

Last April, the REALPRO Foundation hosted a fashion show to support the fight against cancer. The event was a huge success, raising almost $2,000 for RI Pink Heals, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting cancer patients and their families. The fashion show was produced by Lights, Fashion, and Philanthropy, Fountain Street Creative, and Donahue Models & Talent, and featured designers Shaco Couture and Everett Hoag.

Image: Andre Marines, Eduardo Marines, Chris Seelenbrandt, Tina Moretti, Kiona Miranda, & Christopher Ayala


The event was made possible thanks to the support of several sponsors, including Peoples Home Loans, Novus Home Mortgage, Main Street Home Loans, Lapointe Insurance, First Home Mortgage, Shamrock Financial, Semper Home Loans, and George Lough Esq. With the help of these sponsors, the REALPRO Foundation was able to put together an amazing event that raised awareness and funds for a great cause.


The president of RI Pink Heals, Chris Seelenbrandt, was also in attendance at the event. He spoke about the important work that the organization does to support cancer patients and their families. He also expressed his gratitude for the support of the REALPRO Foundation and all of the sponsors and attendees.


One of the unique features of the fashion show was that several of the models were cancer survivors. They bravely took to the runway to showcase the latest designs from Shaco Couture and Everett Hoag. Their presence was a powerful reminder of the importance of supporting those who are battling cancer and working to find a cure for this devastating disease.


The event was held at REALPRO By The Water in Pawtuxet Village, Cranston, RI. This beautiful waterfront venue provided the perfect backdrop for the fashion show. Attendees enjoyed delicious food and drinks while mingling with other supporters of the cause.


In summary, the REALPRO Foundation's fashion show was a huge success that raised almost $2,000 for RI Pink Heals. The event was made possible thanks to the support of several sponsors and featured the latest designs from Shaco Couture and Everett Hoag. With the presence of cancer survivor models, the event was a powerful reminder of the importance of supporting those who are battling cancer. We commend the board members of the REALPRO Foundation for their commitment to philanthropy and their efforts to make a difference in the fight against cancer.

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