Have you got clothes in your closet that you just don’t need or wear any longer? Are they in good condition and could they be someone else’s treasure?

The Enough Stuff organizers have created a Passion for Fashion event to be held at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort on June 23, where donated clothes, shoes and accessories will be sold to raise money for a great cause.


This particular event aims to collect funds for the National Council of Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), which cares for neglected and abused children in Cayman.

The NCVO provides a nursery for infants from birth to 2 years old; a pre-school for 70 children from the ages of 2 to 5; and a residential foster home for nine children. They also provide yearly funds for 10-15 Caymanian school children who wish to attend university, but have insufficient funds. Furthermore, they run a Caring Cousins Fund/Lunch Support program to feed students who would otherwise go hungry.

Shop ‘til you drop

People are encouraged to not just donate clothes, but to attend the event as well and maybe snap up some bargains.

There will be fitting rooms available, and anyone who donates items will receive a $10 gift voucher to use on the day.

The marketing team are promising a fun, funky evening with pizzazz, so shopping bags at the ready!

The Passion for Fashion clothes sale will take place at the Marriott on June 23 on the beach and pool area. No entrance fee, there will be a donation box at the event.

To arrange pickup of items you wish to donate, contact Veronique at 926-0702 or you can drop off at Bliss Living Cayman or BodyWorks Cayman.

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