Camino Health Center Auxiliary Fashion Show to Help Provide Affordable Health Care

October 17, 2016

Camino Health Center Auxiliary Fashion Show to Help Provide Affordable Health Care

Over the last 31 years, the auxiliary has raised more than $6 million in support of Camino Health 
Center, affiliated with Mission Hospital.

High fashion models will walk the runway at the 2016 Camino Health Center Auxiliary Fashion Show and Luncheon on November 4, 2016 at the Monarch Beach Resort. Presented by South Coast Plaza, the event has been rated among the top five luncheons in Orange County.

In honor of the luncheon theme “A Royal Holiday,” British Beefeaters will escort guests into the event.

This year’s runway show will feature fashions from Anne Fontaine, Bally, Brunello Cucinelli, DKNY, Diane von Furstenberg, Maje, MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Sandro and St. John. CH Carolina Herrera and David Yurman will provide informal modeling during the reception. The event will include a gourmet lunch, premier silent auction items and luxury opportunity raffles.

One of the highlights of the event will be a One in Two Hundred raffle featuring an 18k white gold ring with a 1.01 carat brilliant cut diamond surrounded by pave diamonds. The ring is valued at $11,500.

Since the Auxiliary was founded in 1984, they have raised more than $6 million and supported more than one million patient visits at Camino Health Center. A federally qualified health center with locations in San Juan Capistrano, San Clemente and Lake Forest, Camino Health Center is devoted to meeting the health care needs of uninsured and underinsured residents; the center depends heavily on financial support from the community.

The proceeds from the fashion show will allow Camino Health Center to provide vital primary medical care, mental health and wellness services, family dental care and nutrition care.

To make a reservation for the fashion show, please visit or contact Christy Welch at or (949) 364-4225.

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