Fashion For A Cause Headed by Designer Lou Razon Raises Funds To Promote Education in the Philippines

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The annual Miss Philippines USA's charity fashion show showcases the talent of young Filipino-Americans. The kids who shared their time and talents captured the hearts of the audience.

Held at the elegant Dream Wedding Banquet Hall in Los Angeles on May 22, the 6th annual Fashion For A Cause organized by clothing designer and show producer Lou Razon was a resounding success with 41 amazingly talented child and teen models paraded in Petite Adele's and Kids Dream's Dresses and Suits. Beneficiaries are 2 non-profit organizations Alpha Phi Omega Greater Los Angeles (APOGLA) and Assumption Alumni Association Abroad of Southern California (AAAASC) . APOGLA celebrates its 35th founding anniversary of fostering leadership, friendship and service to the community at large. Through Fashion For A Cause, APOGLA is raising funds for their project called Books For Tots that provides funds to buy books for students in the impoverished areas in the Philippines. AAAASC's mission is to donate some proceeds to the Assumption missions in the US and in the Philippines.

Miss Philippines USA pageant officially introduced the 32 candidates in a fashion presentation. It was indeed an enjoyable show for the whole family. Produced by MIssPhilUSA Productions, Fashion For A Cause provides a platform for non-profit organizations to raise funds for their mission through fashion and entertainment.

'Fashion For A Cause is a yearly fashion show that also showcases some of my designs modeled by Miss Philippines USA beauty queens", Lou Razon says. Razon has been in the couture business for over 18 years. She is passionate about helping and giving back to the community. She is the Executive Producer of Miss Philippines USA whose mission is to develop the finest ambassadors of goodwill for the Filipino-American community, to donate to charity organizations that promote education and to promote the culture of the Philippines.

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