Giving is always in fashion

December 18, 2019

The 12th annual Neiman Marcus Runway Show and Luncheon event on Dec. 13 at the Hotel Hershey raised a record-breaking $143,000 for Children’s Miracle Network at Penn State Children’s Hospital. The funds will specifically benefit the Hummingbird Program, which provides physical, social and emotional support for patients with complex, life-limiting medical conditions.

A model walks the runway wearing a checkered dress with a floral design sweater over it, and carrying a handbag in her right hand.

A model walks the runway at the 2019 Neiman Marcus Runway Show and Luncheon, which raised $143,000 for the Hummingbird Program at Penn State Children’s Hospital.

IMAGE: Penn State Health

This year’s runway show featured holiday trends. The program included remarks by event chair and Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center board member Jeanne Arnold, and Megan Leinbach, mother of Ryder, a Hummingbird patient who died from a serious brain injury in October at the age of 9.

See more photos from this year’s event here.

In 12 years, the Neiman Marcus Runway Show and Luncheon has raised $1,076,056 to support the Hummingbird Program thanks to the generosity of philanthropists Jeanne and Ed Arnold, sponsors and guests.

Learn more about Children’s Miracle Network at CMNHershey.org.

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Last Updated December 19, 2019