Twin Falls Project Runway Designer At CASA Fundraiser
Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) "It's important to me that foster children are actually represented in the court system and that's what CASA does and we've already just with ticket sales have been able to cover overhead for six months. So I'm excited that I get to be in my home town Twin Falls and bring the community together to rally and we're also going to sell t–shirts and I want to be able to cover them for a year," said Bryce Black, a Project Runway Designer.
Bryce was the guest of honor at the casa fall fashion festival at canyon crest. The court appointed special advocates for children represents two hundred and eight–five kids.
Casa's goal is to provide a voice for abused and neglected children.
The money raised from the fashion show will help to support casa volunteers who are advocates for these children.