Saks Fifth Avenue Bal Harbour along with Jenine & Juwan Howard of the Miami Heat raised funds for The Juice Foundation.
Over 250 people came out to show their support for The Juice Foundation at the W Hotel South Beach on Saturday, October 26th. Saks Fifth Avenue Bal Harbour presented a fashion show featuring kids of the Miami Heat players, the music industry’s top entertainers and UM Sylvester superstar oncology patients.
Various celebrities watched their kids strut their stuff down the runway including Miami Heat’s own Ray Allen and Udonis Haslem, Houston Rocket’s Tracy McGrady, San Antonio Spurs’ Michael Finley and Style Network’s reality star Tomi Rose, along with many others.
Carnival Cruise Line, MIAMI Modern Luxury , Robeks, Surf Sweets, Skinny Pop, Oxygene, RAW Juice, Battery Creamery, Vita Coco were some of the proud sponsors.
Proceeds from the event went to benefit the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.
About The Juice Foundation:
The Juice Foundation pinpoints a healthy lifestyle as the essential key to improving cancer survival. It also raises awareness and funds for individuals who seek alternative healing for cancer. It aids individuals who would like to compliment traditional treatment with alternative treatment, as well as those who would like to seek alternative treatment solely.
About University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center:
A series of exciting milestones led to the creation of Sylvester. In fact, the cancer center’s rich history dates back to 1973, when it was known as the Comprehensive Cancer Center for the State of Florida. One year later, the first Cancer Control Research Program for the State of Florida was initiated at the cancer center by Dr. Jack Healey.