On Thursday, April 26 at 6:30pm, join St. Vincent de Paul Society for "Discarded to Divine," an exciting night showcasing professional and aspriring fashion designers who transform donated clothing into couture clothing and home decor. All cutting-edge creations are auctioned off to benefit those struggling with poverty, domestic violence and homelessness.
Courtesy of St. Paul de Vincent Society.
Held annually since 2005, and attracting an audience of 1,000, Discarded to Divine is a much-anticipated fashion event for San Francisco's philanthropic community, fashionistas, young professionals and supporters of St. Vincent de Paul Society. A St. Vincent rep says, "Discarded to Divine has become more than a fundraiser–it is now a movement that embraces charity and sustainability to restore the lives of those around us."
Held at the chic SF Design Center Galleria, the event includes appetizers, beverages and live and silent auctions. Tickets start at $95 and can be purchased here.
As the largest provider of domestic violence services in San Francisco, The St. Vincent de Paul Society helps impoverished women and children attain safety and self-sufficiency. Striving to serve all those in need, the Society cares for women that other agencies cannot help, including undocumented women who are often unaware they are protected by federal law. Learn more about St. Vincent de Paul Society's essential work and how you can help.
Date and time: April 26th at 6:30pm
Location: SF Design Center Galleria, 101 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco, CA