Annual Charity Fashion Show


This is the event that you don’t want to miss!

Individual tickets are $50 or you can purchase a table for ten for $450 (plus a small PayPal surcharge). Advance ticket sales only by November 1.

  • Saturday, November 11, 2017
  •   11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Jefferson Country Club
  •   7271 Jefferson Meadows Drive
  •   Blacklick, Ohio

This year’s event benefits the Boys & Girls Clubs of Columbus project “Girls with Great Futures”, which consists of teen girls (ages 13-18) who face challenges in the neighborhoods in which they live, including poverty, high crime rates, vacant housing, and barriers to educational and career attainment. The program helps prepare them for college and careers utilizing in the classroom and experiential learning to address issues such as consistent punctuality and attendance, appropriate appearance, and positive attitudes and behaviors.

At the event, you can shop our silent auction for beauty, accessory, fashion items and many more in preparation for the holidays or a treat for yourself; enjoy a tasty brunch and be the first to see new fabulous winter fashions from local boutiques.

This year’s event’s Named Sponsor is Mount Carmel Health System. Additional sponsors include: Patti Urbatis with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Great American Title Agency, Robb Shirey Photography, The Goddard School of New Albany, New Albany Cleaners, Elite Dental, Maple Orthodontics and Taylor Station Surgical Center.

Keep checking NAWN’s Facebook page for updates on vendors, silent auction and more treats! If you’re interested in helping with the Fashion Show or have a business/service that you would like included in the silent auction, please email


NAWN holds two major fundraising events annually, the Annual Charity Fashion Show and An Evening in New Albany, both of which are open to the public. The proceeds from the Annual Charity Fashion Show benefit a central Ohio charitable organization that is selected each year by the NAWN Board, and which benefits women and children. The proceeds from An Evening in New Albany go to NAWN’s Endowment Fund, a “charitable savings account” that provides investment income that may be used to make grants to worthy local causes or other nonprofit organizations that support NAWN’s mission of “creating a strong community.” Since 2000, NAWN has raised over $1 million dollars for the beneficiaries of our charitable events. We are proud to have supported 25 different beneficiaries, as well as having increased the level of our Endowment Fund.


littlebirdbranding Fashion Show creative direction and design by Robin Whittington of Little Birdie Branding