Bazaar for Good sells clothes for school kids in the Design District (includes video story)

The annual event Bazaar For Good was established in 2018 by Martha Graeff and Danie Gomez-Ortigoza to improve children’s lives worldwide.

It was held at Paradise Plaza in the Miami Design District this past Friday and Saturday. There were many clothes for sale and a silent auction. More than 15,000 children from South Florida will benefit from donations, which will go toward providing them with the basics when they return to school in August. 

“We’re in the process of developing our brand here in Miami,” said Gomez-Ortigoza. “It’s an amazing market that has supported us for the longest time.”

Many sponsors contributed to the success of this event, including Lancome, Miami Design District, and Curio at Faena Bazaar.

All proceeds from the Bazaar are used each year to fund equality, health, and education initiatives that will positively impact the lives of children around the world. StyleSaves.org is the best place to donate to the event.

Ana Paula Mayorga is a senior majoring in Communications, Broadcast Media and minoring in Business Marketing. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, socializing, and meeting new people. Her goal after graduation is to work as a TV host for Spanish-language channels like Telemundo and Univision.