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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
(Hawaii News Now) - Designer Anne Namba is hosting a fashion show on Wednesday, April 23rd to benefit and promote the upcoming 2nd annual American Cancer Society Hope Gala Honolulu that is happening next month.
The theme is Midnight in Tokyo; with a fashion show highlighting the designs of Anne Namba.
The Hope Gala takes place at the Hawaii State Art Museum on Saturday, May 17th 5:00 p.m. To 9 p.m. The event hopes to raise awareness and funds to end Cancer while providing vital programs for cancer patients throughout the State of Hawaii.
Over 300 guests will experience signature dishes from notable chefs, live and silent auctions, a visual venture into historic Japan and live entertainment.
Last year, the Hope Gala raised $100,000 in support of finding a cure to Cancer. For more information on the event click HERE or call (808) 595-7500.