Denver, CO, November 15, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Ellie’s Closet is proud to be a participant in the Children’s Diabetes Foundation 2008 Brass Ring Silent Auction Fundraiser. Proceeds of this event will benefit the Guild of the Children’s Diabetes Foundation whose mission is to raise funds to support programs of education, awareness and research, and treatment at the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes, where over 5,000 children and young adults from all over the world currently receive care. Funds are also used to assist families in need, provide continuing education scholarships and sponsor social activities for children and their families.
The 2008 Brass Ring Luncheon & Fashion Show is presented by Saks Fifth Avenue and will be held at the Marriott , Wednesday 11/19/08 at the Denver Marriott City Center, 1701 California Street in Denver. Registration and Silent Auction begins at 9:30am, Fashion Show begins at 12:00, Lunch follows. For additional information, contact Susie Hummell at the CDF at 303-628-5109.
Ellie’s Closet, a local children’s wear company has donated garments for the silent auction to raise money for the Guild of the Children’s Diabetes Foundation. Holli Gibson and Beth White, founders of Ellie’s Closet, are committed to helping children and are thrilled to be able to use their time and business to benefit the CDF and the Barbara Davis Center.
Ellie's Closet produces designer clothing and wearable art for girls and boys, as well as insulin pump bags for children. Gibson and White are committed to helping children; from creating unique clothing pieces to help children express themselves through wearable art to dedicating 10% of their profits to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Visit them on the web at www.ElliesCloset.com
For more information on the Children’s Diabetes Foundation and the Brass Ring Luncheon, please visit www.ChildrensDiabetesFdn.org.
For more information on the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes, please visit www.BarbaraDavisCenter.org.