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Dear friend of Alpha Chi Omega,

In the spring of 2022, the ladies of the Texas Christian University Iota Lambda chapter of Alpha Chi Omega will present their 30th annual Real Chic Women Fashion Show and Silent Auction to the Fort Worth community. The event will benefit The Women’s Center of Tarrant County and will take place on Sunday, February 6th in the Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom. The highlights of the afternoon will include the fashion show, a silent auction, and a live auction.

 

In 1992, Alpha Chi Omega adopted domestic violence as its national philanthropy. Locally, the women of the Iota Lambda chapter have taken pride in our association with the Women’s Center of Tarrant County. The mission of The Women’s Center is “To Inspire and Empower Women, Men, and Children to Overcome Violence, Crisis, and Poverty.” They do this by providing Rape Crisis & Victim Services, Violence Prevention & Education, Employment Solutions, and General Counseling to people in the Tarrant County area. Women in the Iota Lambda chapter have helped answer calls for the helpline, volunteered at the annual Victory Over Violence walk/run, and even become Certified Victim Advocates who provide support to survivors in hospitals and via the Women’s Center hotline.

 

Over the past 29 years, Alpha Chi Omega at TCU has been able to donate over one million dollars to The Women’s Center through our Fashion Show. The money raised by the Fashion Show, along with the many hours of service the women of Alpha Chi Omega provide to support The Women’s Center and their programs, have helped The Women’s Center continue to achieve its mission “to inspire and empower women.”

 

For any questions about our auction or to donate an item, please contact Gabby Zimmer at g.zimmer@tcu.edu. All donations and sponsorships are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your consideration and support in continuing this tradition. With your contribution, Alpha Chi Omega will be able to continue to give our best to The Women’s Center of Tarrant County and survivors of Domestic Violence.

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