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ZIBRANT HOSTING FASHION SHOW TO HELP DISABLED CHILDREN IN DERBYSHIRE

Derby events management company Zibrant will be helping staff, friends, family and clients dress to impress, raising money to help local children with disabilities and terminal illness.

The team at Zibrant, led by Vice President of Sales and Marketing Fay Sharpe, is organising a fashion sale at its Pride Park headquarters on Thursday 29 September. All profits will go to Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children to help provide vital equipment to families in Derbyshire.

Newlife is the UK’s largest charity provider of specialist equipment for under-19s with disabilities and terminal illness and has already helped 354 children in the county, with support totalling £313,571. Right now, Newlife is working with a further 15 families with equipment needs totalling £8,533.

Fay said: “The team are delighted to be working with Newlife as we really admire the fantastic work the charity does for local families in need. The event itself will include a glass of bubbly and will be a great opportunity for shoppers to pick up some bargains.

“So far we have raised more than £2,200 for Newlife and are hoping to continue our partnership through a variety of activities including a catwalk show and fashion sale in London later this year.”

Anyone interested in securing a ticket for the Derby fashion sale on September 29 can contact Zibrant at [email protected]

To find out more about how Newlife supports families in Derbyshire, go to: www.newlifecharity.co.uk/derbyshire.

 

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