Event raises money for local charitable organizations and celebrates fall fashion

COURTESY PHOTO: WOODBURN PREMIUM OUTLETS - Fall Fashion Frenzy raises money for local nonprofits and charitable organizations. Pictures are fashions from the 2015 event.Woodburn Premium Outlets will be hosting their sixth annual Fall Fashion Frenzy, a fundraiser for local nonprofits, on Sept. 30 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The event, which takes place at the Outlets (1001 N. Arney Road) offers activities including a fashion show featuring the hottest fall trends, exclusive sales, giveaways, raffles, a silent auction, a photo booth and food.

This year, the Fall Fashion Frenzy will support a dozen local nonprofits and community causes: Susan G. Komen of Oregon and Southwest Washington, Marion County Dog Services, the American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity, Family Building Blocks, Katie's Kause for Cystic Fibrosis, Project POOCH, the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, the Oregon Volunteer Firefighters Association and Horses Adaptive Riding & Therapy, Woodburn Proud and the Simon Youth Foundation.

Guests choose which nonprofit they want to support when purchasing their $20 ticket. All proceeds from the event go toward the partnering charities.

The ticket covers lunch provided by Panera Bread, a swag bag and entry to the fashion show.

The ticket also covers entry into the "purse party" giveaway. Ten guests will be chosen for a chance to win one of the 10 purses given out at the purse party. Each purse will have different gift card prizes. Two will be stuffed with a Panera Bread certificate for free salad for a year and another purse will have one $500 Simon Visa gift card.

Raffle tickets will also available at the event tent from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for $2 each.

Attendees can also purchase tickets to Al's Sassy Succulent party for $15 when purchased online and for $20 when purchased at the event.

The succulent party will take place next to the Aeropostale store in the outlets from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees of the succulent party will be able to decorate their own succulent terrarium to take home, with supplies provided by Al's Garden & Home.

Last year's event raised over $51,262 for 10 local charities.

To purchase tickets and for more information, go to

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