Scottsdale, AZ (CNS) – Proceeds from tickets sold for Scottsdale Fashion Week VIP Shows on November 6 -9 will benefit the Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association and the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Arizona.
The two organizations will sell “supertickets” good for three VIP shows on designated days. The spinal-cord association will sell tickets to VIP shows November 8 plus sell tickets to the final three shows of the festival, including a show by famed designer Zang Toi. There are 500 tickets available per show, starting at $250.
Celebrity News Service has learned that the Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association is an eight-year-old charity that has about 5,000 members and provides information, care and support to people who have suffered spinal-cord injuries. The group sponsors sports, peer mentoring and annual retreats for Valley victims of spinal-cord injuries.
One of the reasons the group is important is because insurance companies often will drop payments for spinal cord rehabilitation if they believe patients are not demonstrating improvement.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Arizona will sell tickets to the November 7 VIP shows. The charity will be featured in Scottsdale Fashion Week programs and will highlight a terminally ill child seeking a wish.
Both charities are selling “supertickets” to all three shows for their respective evenings. Tickets to all three shows on November 7, sold by Make-A-Wish, will start at $350. November 8 supertickets, sold by the spinal cord group, will start at $250.
Individual tickets are also available for each show and start at $100 and are available from fashion week organizers.