Fashion Week 4 Kids announces partnership with The Singletons

Fashion Week 4 Kids has announced its partnership with the nonprofit group, The Singletons, for this year’s FW4K fashion show.

Fashion Week 4 Kids will begins the week of Oct. 29 and will feature a runway show Nov. 3. (Submitted Photo)

By partnering with The Singletons, FW4K is supporting its mission to provide hope and support to single parent families with cancer, a press release states.

Attendees are encouraged to help support the mission by bringing items from the “Bare Necessities” list and donate them at the event.

Those items include toilet paper, paper towels, non-fragrant shampoos and conditioners, non-fragrant lotions, all natural lotions, men and women deodorants, all natural cleaning products, aluminum foil, multi-use baking soda, free and clear dryer sheets, free and clear laundry detergent, Zip Lock bags in sandwich and quart sizes, paper plates and razors for men and women

“We are honored that FW4K has embraced our mission of helping single parent families battling cancer,” Sarah Wade, The Singletons development coordinator, said in a prepared statement.

“Every child deserves a fun childhood, even those with cancer in their lives. We are proud to partner with a group that promotes and understands the importance of family centered activities and fun.”

The fourth annual FW4K runway show is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 at Desert Ridge Marketplace, 21001 N Tatum Blvd., in Phoenix. The event kicks off the week of Oct. 29 with exclusive discounts and will culminate with a day of fashion shows and activities on Saturday, Nov. 3.

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