Tuesday night, the cutest fashion show you will ever see helps raise money for a wonderful cause.

And it’s #SomethingGood to participate in from the comfort of your home.

The Dallas Ascension School will be hosting its 4th annual Runway for Rise which is virtual this year due to COVID-19.

The non-profit school works within the Moody Family YMCA in DallasEducation for children aged six months to six years with and without disabilities in an inclusive environment.

About 70% of students have enrolled at Rise have Down syndrome and other developmental differences, along with 30% of traditional learners. The school offers students comprehensive training, intervention and therapy during their years of education. Masters level educators and speech, work, body and music therapists help students meet their individual needs.

Tuesday’s fundraiser will be used to financially support children who depend on this school to improve their lives.

In the runway show, the cutest models show off styles from local boutiques and drapers like Dondolo, Mi Golondrina and Small Pockets.

The advancement school

There is no cost to register to see the event, but donations are encouraged. There is even a raffle that you can browse online.

The fun starts at 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. You can register to watch and donate RunwayForRise.org. You can see on hers too Youtube and Facebook Pages.

“With the annual Runway for Rise event, we can celebrate the great children who attend our school and thank the community for their continued support, especially during a very difficult year,” said Caroline Snabes, Rise School Development Director. “We hope you consider joining our tradition of celebrating diversity and virtually cheering the kids on this year.”

For more information on The Rise School, see Click here.