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Miami Children’s Hospital Makes Philanthropy Fashionable

Miami Children’s Health Foundation’s 3rd Annual Wine, Women & Shoes Presented by Roger Vivier Paris Takes Place February 6th

Ladies, mark your calendars! The 3rd Annual Wine, Women & Shoes (WW&S) presented by Roger Vivier Paris benefiting the children and families at Miami Children’s Hospital will be back at the Coral Gables Country Club on February 6th.

“Wine, Women & Shoes is one of our favorite annual events,” said Lucy Morillo, President & CEO, Miami Children’s Health Foundation. “It’s an afternoon filled with fashion, fun and friendship with the common purpose of supporting world-class pediatric healthcare.”

Roger Vivier, the fashion house credited with the design of the first stiletto heel, presents the 2014 WW&S event. Guests will be treated to a sophisticated day of wine tasting, a silent auction featuring one-of-a-kind items, a delicious lunch as well as a fashion show presented by U by Kotex with fashions from Neiman Marcus Coral Gables and a creative shoe contest. The “Shoe Guys” will also be in attendance, literally showcasing the latest women’s fashions on silver platters. Media sponsors include Clear Channel Media + Entertainment and Ocean Drive Magazine.

Created for women who enjoy fine wine, great style, and supporting a noble cause, Wine Women & Shoes is one of the fastest-growing charity event series in the country. The popular national fundraising event platform has been a big hit in South Florida. Last year, WW&S helped Miami Children’s Hospital raise nearly $450,000 in a single afternoon. Organizers said ”that after 150 WW&S events nationwide in the past eight years, Miami Children’s second annual WW&S event raised the most funds of any single WW&S.”

“We are so grateful for the extreme generosity of the women in South Florida, as well as our committee members and our Event Co-Chairs, Criselda Breene and Carola Pimentel. The support of this amazing community of women helps us provide some of the best pediatric care in the world,” said Morillo.

For more information about WW&S 2014 or MCH Foundation, please contact Morgana Nieves at 786.624.2038
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