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FashionFest Draws Spotlight on Outpatient Care at MIDB

More than 700 guests came together to celebrate FashionFest, a night to sip, shop, and support M Health Fairview Masonic Children's Hospital.

Community leaders, leading philanthropists, and partners, along with notable local celebrities, generated more than $725K towards critical mental health programming and services at Masonic Children's Hospital and created awareness for the Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain.

A key highlight was the showcase fashion designer, Jimmy Regan (Through Jimmy's Eyes). Jimmy is a former Masonic Children's Hospital patient, and Brian and Peggy Reagan, his parents, were founders of the original Autism Clinic at the U of M, which is now housed at the MIDB.

Another highlight of the event was this video of the Liberda family sharing their story on how outpatient care at MIDB has helped their family:

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