BY Sandra Appiah, 1:00am November 22, 2011,

Press Release: Noire Chic Benefit Fashion Show in NYC

New York, NY~On December 3, 2011, join the MaMa Africa Program for Noire Chic-A Night of Elegance Benefit Fashion Show at the New York Foundation for the Arts! This special benefit fashion show will be just in time for the holiday season; a time of year when people think of those less fortunate. 

The MaMa Africa Program wants to invite the public to Noire Chic Benefit Fashion Show to help give mothers and children in Africa something special this year and raise awareness about maternal healthcare issues worldwide. 

Press Release: Noire Chic Benefit Fashion Show in NYC

As a non-profit health outreach program, the MaMa Africa Program aims to not only further outreach in Africa but also domestically through direct care and involvement with the women and children in need. The fashion show will help raise funds for the MaMa Africa Program's next outreach trip to West Africa and help to continue their mission of working with the mothers and children.

The Noire Chic Benefit Fashion Show for the MaMa Africa Program is being sponsored by BGNB Productions, LIVID Magazine, Just Plain Soap (JPS) , Munaluchi Bridal Magazine, HealthRight International, Soul Purpose, Statuesque Events, 3D Looks Make-Up, and Joloff Restaurant.  Noire Chic- A Night of Elegance Benefit Fashion Show will feature designers: Farai Simoyi, Jason Troisi, Felix Anaman, Bavubuka Dynasty/Ras Kasozi, Mushana, Sarfo of Styles, VQ Fashions, Helena Coutinho, OCO Bags, and Chris Garner jewlery.

Noire Chic~A Night of Elegance Benefit Fashion Show
December 3, 2011 7:00PM-9:00PM (7-8 Cocktail Hour/8-9 Fashion Show)
After Party TBA 11-1am
New York Foundation for the Arts
20 Jay Street 7th Floor
Brooklyn, NY

Tickets are $25 and will be available for purchase at: and will be available to purchase online until Dec. 1, 2011. Tickets sales will be $30 at the door. Ticket purchase includes entry to the cocktail hour, fashion show, and after party.  Plus complimentary gift bags, hors d’oeuvres, and drinks that will be served during the event. Visit special blog for the fashion show:  that will feature updates, videos, and more as the date to then show gets closer.

About the MaMa Africa Program
The MaMa Africa program was developed to assist non-profit organizations; clinics, schools, and community organizations support mothers in need in communities that lack the resources for expecting mothers or healthcare options for mothers in need.  This program is a unique way for us to help mothers in the motherland but to also help mothers here in the US. An additional goal of the MaMa Africa program is to inform people of the critical, worldwide need to provide better health options and care for the mothers who need them.  MaMa Africa will be present in 10 African countries and three US cities. Visit us online at to see how you can get involved.

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