Breast Cancer Survivors rock the runway at Wine Women and Shoes
The 5th annual Wine Women & Shoes Houston held on Thursday, September 6 at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott featuring wine tastings, shopping from local vendors, and a New York style runway show.
Local breast cancer patients and survivors modeled the latest looks on the runway and the event spotlighted Caroline Frenzel, a local Woodlands resident and the iGoPink Scholarship recipient. Caroline’s mother was diagnosed with Stage IV Metastic Breast Cancer in November of 2016 and continues the battle today. Caroline plans to use the scholarship to attend The University of Texas at Austin where she hopes to one day start her own non-profit to provide healthy meal options to cancer patients.
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An exciting finale of the #WineWomenandShoesHouston Fashion Show with incredible cancer survivors and warriors to support @_igopink 💪💖👠🍷🎉 at @woodlandsmarriott! #thewoodlands @winewomenandshoes #igopink #winewomenandshoes #breastcancer #cancersurvivor #fashionshow 📸 @tiffanymarascio @hellowoodlands
View photos from the event on the Hello Woodlands Facebook page!
The event benefited The Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA), a non-profit located in The Woodlands, helping women affected by breast cancer both locally and on a national level.
The Breast Cancer Charities of America (BCCA) is a non-profit organization with new global headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas. BCCA is dedicated to educating and empowering women to prevent and survive breast cancer. Through their numerous program services and resources, BCCA is able to partner with over 450 hospitals nationwide to serve women. To find out more information about The Breast Cancer Charities of America visit www.iGoPink.org.