7960887464?profile=original7960888052?profile=originalABOVE: Stephanie Cherub with Kari Shipley. BELOW: Reeve and Anne Bright. Photos provided

Glitz, glam and giving were the stars of the show celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Achievement Centers for Children & Families. Specialty retailer Boston Proper unveiled its summer line on the runway, but the bigger announcement was that the Boca Raton-based company has donated more than $1 million to ACCF since their partnership began 11 years ago. ‘It was a stunning evening that captivated everyone’s attention and hearts,’ Executive Director Mary Kay Willson said. ‘We are grateful for our long-standing partnership with Boston Proper and the opportunity to serve more than 10,000 families over the years.’ This year, the event raised $78,000. ‘There’s no other organization making the kind of impact ACCF is on our community,’ Boston Proper CEO Sheryl Clark said. ‘We are absolutely delighted to support this worthy cause year after year.’

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