Dallas, April 16, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ – Real estate developer Kim Miller, founder of Kim Miller Group of Keller Williams recently participated in the 21st National Charity Federation fashion show hosted by the Hearst Convention Center.
The event benefited 14 local charities, including the Battered Women’s Foundation, Christmas for Children, Christmas Provider, Grace, Metroport Meal on Wheels, National Ovarian Cancer Alliance, Mercy Operation, Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation, South Lake Special Olympics, Stepping Stone Foundation, Gatehouse, South Lake Wonder Alliance and Shining House.
Miller said: “This year’s fashion show raised $110,000 and will be used for the above-mentioned 14 charities.”
The National Charity Federation is a non-profit organization made up of mothers and daughters from across the United States. Its mission is to nurture a mother-daughter relationship in a charitable organization committed to community service,wholesale Christmas costumes, leadership development and cultural experience.
Miller and her two daughters have been working in the National Charity Federation for six years. Both of her daughters participated in the fashion show as models. They help raise revenue by selling tickets and soliciting on-site and silent auction items from the community.
“This benefit is provided by the mother and daughter for hundreds of hours of volunteering,” Miller said. “Planning and queuing retailers need a few months to loan clothing for junior and advanced models.”
As mentioned above, Miller is a proud supporter of the Stepping Stone Foundation through the National Charity Federation. The non-profit organization helps “risked” and homeless children in the community by helping to break the cycle and change lifestyle plans.
“This altruistic organization also helps mothers who have housing and employment put them in a better living environment,” concluded Miller. “I am proud to help founder Christine Bynum, who stepped on the stone, to do housework modification for those families who sometimes live in cars without clothes or food. When I work with my real estate client, I often Get furniture and other donations.These mothers and their children who do not have a house or any household items, and the solid stone is definitely my favorite volunteer organization, because almost immediately will see the change of life!”
About Kim Miller, Kim Miller Group, Keller Williams
Kim Miller has partnerships with wholesale Christmas costumes and sellers in all price ranges. She is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Texas Real Estate Agents Association, the Metrotex Realtors Association and members of the North Texas Real Estate Information System, and the Luxury Homes Marketing Association. Kim also works in the luxury team at Keller Williams Southlake.