The Friends of the Warren Center gathered Thursday, January 22nd to host Friends and Fashion 2015 at Edo Popken of Switzerland Galleria Dallas from 6pm-8pm.
Friends of the Warren Center friend, Ben Smithee, Chief Strategy Officer at RELEVENTS, introduced The Warren Center’s mission and encouraged the audience to become a member of The Friends of the Warren Center group. Rachel Windley, Development Associate for The Warren Center, announced the Friends of the Warren Center next event at Bowl and Barrel on Thursday, February 26th from 6pm-8pm (RSVP required. RSVP to Rachel Windley at Rachel.Windley@thewarrencenter.org or call 214-960-0828).
Guests enjoyed wine, champagne and light bites by Central Market and popup shops with LeaAnn Sexton of Archipelago Design Handbags, Blake Bensimon of Billy Jealousy, Brad Jensen of Brad Jensen Art, Allison Edwards and Courtney Edwards of City + Sky and Edo Popken of Edo Popken Switzerland.
10% of proceeds benefited The Friends of the Warren Center.
Seen in the crowd: Bill Warren, Long-time Supporter and Friend of The Warren Center, Amy Spawn, Executive Director for The Warren Center, Tara Null, Development Director of The Warren Center, Shelley Tims, Ben Smithee, Heidi Gerber, Designer Edo Popken, Kirsten Williams, Allison Edwards, Linda Snorina, Drew Nachowiak, Maya Frutiger, Elizabeth Kubyh, Dr. & Mrs. Brian & Rayann Rich, Carmen Dunn and Kameron Yu.
The Friends of The Warren Center is recognized as the principal volunteer leaders to expand the organization into the greater Dallas community. The Friends of the Warren Center provides interactive opportunities for volunteers to serve, lead and support the services of The Warren Center that benefit the children and families. To learn more about membership, please visit http://www.thewarrencenter.org/fowc/.
For over 46 years The Warren Center has worked closely with families in North Dallas to ensure that every child with developmental delays has continued success. They put children and families first through their Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) program for children birth to three, Therapy Services program for ages 3-5 and the Family Education and Support programs that show families they are not alone.