SRPING TWP., Pa. - Fashion lovers got a good show for a good cause Thursday night in Spring Township.
Goodwill held its fourth annual runway show at Body Zone to raise money for the disabled.
Volunteer models walked the runway and showed off some of the latest fashions donated to Goodwill stores.
Goodwill provides employment opportunities for the disabled across the U-S.
"It's very important. It helps raise money for our mission to help people in our programs. And it also let's the community know what we're all about," said John McHenry, the executive vice-president of Goodwill.
The runway show is Goodwill's largest fundraiser of the year in Berks County.
WFMZ's own Karin Mallet emceed this year's event.
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