Repêchage CEO and Founder Lydia Sarfati Sponsors & Attends Steve Hightower’s Thriving Children 4th Annual Gala
(From right to left: Repêchage CEO and Founder, Lydia Sarfati and Repêchage Corporate Educator Lauren Streeter at The Thriving Children 4th Annual Gala)
April 26, 2013 – Atlanta, GA – Some of the beauty industry’s biggest names, including Repêchage CEO and Founder, Lydia Sarfati, put on their finest formal wear for a spectacular benefit event, The Thriving Children 4th Annual Gala, hosted by local salon owner and celebrity hair stylist, Steve Hightower. The gala was held at Atlanta hot spot, 200 Peachtree, which provided a fabulous backdrop for the fashion and hair show which was the main attraction of the night.
The Thriving Children Gala is organized annually to benefit three metro Atlanta nonprofit organizations, Childkind, Fragile Kids Foundation, and The Center for Children & Young Adults. All of the organizations provide support to the vulnerable populations of children and youth within the Atlanta community. Steve Hightower, award winning hair designer and owner of Steve Hightower Artist Hair Studio, has been overseeing the relationship between the charity groups and Steve Hightower Artists since 2010, to present a spring Fashion Show Fundraiser and Gala. Hightower is strongly passionate about his involvement with children’s charities and has been utilizing his network of resources to bring recognition and raise funds for the charities. The money raised through the annual Thriving Children event is divided between the 3 benefitting organizations.
Sarfati, who was also an event sponsor, was treated to night of full of entertainment and fun, including live music and special performances, that was all put together to benefit three nonprofit organizations. “It was wonderful evening that brought together so many people that truly care about the wellness of the youth in Atlanta. I was so proud to be a sponsor for such a fantastic cause, and I am so proud of all that Steve has done for these children,” said Sarfati.