Kansas City Fashion Week® Announces CureSearch for Children’s Cancer Official Charity Benefactor
Kansas City, MO, February 12, 2013---
This season KCFW is supporting the efforts of one of its own, Miss Teen Kansas USA® 2013 Aly Klinzing, by partnering with CureSearch for Children’s Cancer.
CureSearch for Children’s Cancer funds and supports children’s cancer research and provides information and resources to all those affected by children’s cancer. Children’s Mercy hospital in Kansas City is one of its affiliated hospitals. Miss Teen Kansas USA® 2013 Aly Klinzing has been associated with KCFW as a runway model for the past two seasons. “Kansas City Fashion Week is happy to support one of our models with her mission to reach out to the community by partnering with CureSearch. Their efforts are essential and relatable to anyone who’s ever known a child. “KCFW believes in the mission of CureSearch and we are happy to support them through the success of our shows,” stated KCFW Executive Director, Teisha Barber.
CureSearch is hosting a fundraising walk in Kansas City on April 6, 2013 at the Community America Ballpark. For more information or to register for the walk, visit www.curesearchwalk.org.
Kansas City Fashion Week® will be donating a portion of the ticket sales for its annual charity show to Cure Search for Children’s Cancer. To purchase tickets and find out more information on KCFW. please visit www.kcfashionweek.com.
More information on Cure Search for Children’s Cancer can be found at www.curesearch.org.
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