Prevail’s Spring into Fashion event raises more than $9k

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Danielle, the face of MyINDY-TV; Melissa Hook, WISH-TV; Michelle Corrao, Prevail Inc. and Karen Hensel, WISH-TV 8, enjoy Prevail's fashion show event at the Woodland Country Club in Carmel. (Photo submitted by Brittany Wright)

Prevail Inc., a Hamilton County-based nonprofit advocating for victims of crime and abuse, hosted Spring into Fashion March 14 at Woodland Country Club in Carmel. Fashions were provided by Lilly’s Boutique Gallery of Zionsville and event proceeds totaling $9,235 will benefit Prevail’s programs and client services.

Spring into Fashion included a lunch, and guests were encouraged to arrive early to shop for clothing and accessories from Lilly’s. WISH-TV anchor and investigative reporter Karen Hensel served as Master of Ceremonies. Michelle Corrao, Prevail Inc.’s director of community relations, shared her devastating story as a victim of assault and rape, and discussed how services such as Prevail Inc. helped her, and other victims of violent crimes, find the strength to come forward and begin rebuilding her life.

Attendees enjoyed an exciting raffle that featured car wash tickets, museum passes and restaurant gift certificates, as well as other prizes, including an amethyst/diamond ring from Hofmeister Personal Jewelers and a $500 gift certificate from Smith Jewelers.

For more information on Prevail and its services, visit www.prevailinc.com, or contact Loretta Moore at 773-6942 or Loretta@prevailinc.com.

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Prevail’s Spring into Fashion event raises more than $9k

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Danielle, the face of MyINDY-TV; Melissa Hook, WISH-TV; Michelle Corrao, Prevail Inc. and Karen Hensel, WISH-TV 8, enjoy Prevail's fashion show event at the Woodland Country Club in Carmel. (Photo submitted by Brittany Wright)

Prevail Inc., a Hamilton County-based nonprofit advocating for victims of crime and abuse, hosted Spring into Fashion March 14 at Woodland Country Club in Carmel. Fashions were provided by Lilly’s Boutique Gallery of Zionsville and event proceeds totaling $9,235 will benefit Prevail’s programs and client services.

Spring into Fashion included a lunch, and guests were encouraged to arrive early to shop for clothing and accessories from Lilly’s. WISH-TV anchor and investigative reporter Karen Hensel served as Master of Ceremonies. Michelle Corrao, Prevail Inc.’s director of community relations, shared her devastating story as a victim of assault and rape, and discussed how services such as Prevail Inc. helped her, and other victims of violent crimes, find the strength to come forward and begin rebuilding her life.

Attendees enjoyed an exciting raffle that featured car wash tickets, museum passes and restaurant gift certificates, as well as other prizes, including an amethyst/diamond ring from Hofmeister Personal Jewelers and a $500 gift certificate from Smith Jewelers.

For more information on Prevail and its services, visit www.prevailinc.com, or contact Loretta Moore at 773-6942 or Loretta@prevailinc.com.

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