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On Sunday, April 19, The Corsage Project celebrated 15 years of the Boutique Ball in the biggest and best possible way – by helping to outfit young women from head-to-toe in everything they needed for a perfect prom.

 

The day transformed an ordinary space into a room where fairy godmothers were able to make wishes come true. From makeovers courtesy of Stila, to sparkling shoes and flowy dresses, the Corsage girls were treated to an unforgettable day.

 

Kristy Graves, a former Corsage girl who returned this year as a volunteer, said in her story for the CAFDN, “The girls who walked in the doors of the Boutique Ball were not the same confident young women who walked out. By the end, they were dolled-up and posing goofily in front of the photo wall, they were beaming radiant goddesses who walked out the doors with a new confidence and I believe a higher sense of self-worth.”

 

Of course, none of this would be possible without the tireless volunteers who made it all happen. Thank you to each and every person who made the 15th Boutique Ball the best one yet!

 

Check out some of the great coverage The Corsage Project has received, in print and on YouTube!

 

The Boutique Ball featured in Toronto's Metro newspaper

The Boutique Ball featured in Toronto’s Metro newspaper

 

 

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The April 2015 issue of Chatelaine magazine features Kathy Cheng, President of Redwood Classics Apparel, discussing how she makes it work as an entrepreneur. From work schedules to family time, Kathy shows how she manages her time each day with style – made-in-Canada style, of course.

 

To read the full article, please visit the Chatelaine website and pick up a copy on newsstands now!

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Cursive is very proud to attend the Believe to Achieve Charity Art Auction on May 30 at Toronto’s Artworld Fine Art Gallery.

 

This sure-to-be unforgettable evening will feature live and silent auctions, musical performances, door prizes and more – all in support of the Believe to Achieve Organization. The Believe to Achieve Organization (BTA) is a registered non-profit that assists kids in after-school personal development and mentorship programs. The drop in centre at Jane and Finch provides food programs, study groups for homework help, computer rooms, teaching guides and motivation and support with caring adults. BTA is spear-headed by Spider Jones; 3 time Golden Glove Champion, award-winning journalist and highly popular motivational speaker.

 

The Charity Art Auction will boast a number of incredible special guests, including MC Bernard Robichaud who plays Cyrus on Trailer Park Boys.

 

Join us to help empower youth in our community through the beauty of art! Get your tickets here.

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