Giving in STYLE: THE ATOMIC PROJECT 2013
Atomic Salon Uptown and Atomic Salon Downtown are hosting the inaugural fundraising project known as ‘The Atomic Project’ in an effort to raise funds for the nonprofit organization The Frankie Lemmon School and Foundation. The Project was born when the owners, Joey Humphrey and Shannon Lamm, decided they wanted to create a night that’s solely about giving back to the community that supports us so much. ‘The Atomic Project’ is being held on Sunday Aug. 4th from 7:00-10:00pm at Zinda New Asian, 301-120 Fayetteville St.- Downtown Raleigh.
This foundation is very close to the hearts of the Atomic Team, and the evening is dedicated to helping this wonderful establishment give the students the tools necessary for a successful start into a lifetime of education. A contribution fee of $10 from each attendee will be collected at the door which directly benefits the Frankie Lemmon Foundation. The evening’s entertainment includes a runway show showcasing the talents and skills of the Atomic stylists and artistic team. A silent auction will be conducted with donated items in which all proceeds will be bestowed directly to the Frankie Lemmon Foundation.
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ABOUT FRANKIE LEMMON FOUNDATION:
The Frankie Lemmon School and Developmental Center is an organization founded here in Raleigh, and is completely locally funded through donations and fundraising efforts. It is a school that provides life changing education that develops into successful social participation for children with mental and physical disabilities. The Frankie Lemmon Foundation offers tuition-free instruction to children ages 3 to 6 years old with developmental delays to include Autism and Downs Syndrome.
Special thanks to:
Carolina STYLE Magazine
Cornerstone Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Zinda: New Asian
Southern Wine and Spirits
Side Yard Studios
DJ: Michael DjFunkjunkie