The Friendeshans are SOOOOOO EXCITED about this awesome sharing of Pozzi-Power by UnifyAgainstBullying.org!
CONTACT: Sarah Carlyle, Executive Director, Unify Against Bullying
[email protected] – 413-318-4818
Edward Zemba, President, Unify Against Bullying
[email protected] – 413-525-4265
UNIFY AGAINST BULLYING TO HOLD
THIRD ANNUAL SOLD-OUT FASHION SHOW
HOLYOKE, Mass. – Unify Against Bullying will hold its third annual sold-out fashion show fundraiser, featuring performances by Icelandic pop star Greta Salome and Holyoke High student Kenny Roche.
*Press Passes will be available at the registration table inside the Log Cabin.
Show your credentials to receive a complimentary All-Access Pass.
WHO: Student models from more than 30 schools across Massachusetts and Connecticut, including two musical performers, Icelandic pop star Greta Salome, Holyoke High student and rap artist, Kenny Roche. The Kids of Unify Against Bullying will challenge Ellen DeGeneres to participate in the social media phenomenon called the “Unify Selfie Challenge” live from stage at 6:45 p.m.
WHAT: The Unify Fashion Show is dedicated to celebrating kids of all shapes, sizes, styles, ethnicity, sexual orientation and physical ability. The event sold out 7 weeks early with over 650 guests. It will be broadcast live on Facebook & UnifyAgainstBullying.org starting at 6:45 p.m.
WHERE: Log Cabin, 500 Easthampton Road, Holyoke, Mass.
WHEN: May 16, 2017
5:30 p.m. – Social hour in Southampton Room. Food stations and silent auction open
6:45 p.m. – Welcome in Grand Edna Williams Ballroom, Edward Zemba, President, Unify Against Bullying
7 p.m. – Fashion Show and Performances in Grand Edna William Ballroom. Presented by Board Members Susanna Zemba, of Robert Charles Photography and Michael Sakey of Center Square Grill.
8:15 p.m. – Closing Remarks
8:30 p.m. – After Party in Southampton Room
9:30 p.m. – Silent Auction closes
WHY: Participating Performers, Students, Board members and Grant recipients will be present for interviews. In 2017, Unify Against Bullying has issued $10,000 in grants to students, parents and organizations dedicated to bringing an end to bullying through the celebration of true diversity.