An article about Rubbish to Runway appears in The Jewish Journal

GEORGETOWN – “I grew up with the obligation of tikkun olam,” recalls Elizabeth Rose of Georgetown. “It defined my life.” Raised in Minneapolis by Orthodox parents who were “big machers” in their Jewish community, serving as presidents of their synagogue and its Sisterhood and raising funds for the Jewish Federation and the United Jewish Appeal, Rose felt destined to carry on the tradition of helping others. She even followed in her mother’s professional footsteps, becoming a social worker. See full article.

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The Northshore Magazine covers the Rubbish!

The Beverly Citizen covers the 2019 Rubbish to Runway judges!

Drag Queens Storm the Runway

Rubbish to Runway made its first Canadian appearance in Edmonton in December 2016. Hosted at the Rocky Mountain Ice House, there was a silent auction and performances from dance group, Samba Edmonton; singer, Davy Damo; Bardic Form and a fashion show featuring the House of Homocidal. Heart and Dagger Tattoo and The Devil’s Beard Co, sold their amazing products, and donated their proceeds to Long Way Home. Watch clips from the evening.