Fashion Fundraiser Springs ElderHouse into Style

ElderHouse, a leader in serving aging seniors and their caregivers, held its inaugural Timeless Elegance, Ageless Beauty Fashion Showcase at Bazille Restaurant at Nordstrom on Sunday, April 23.

The event offered an exceptional morning of fashion, brunch, and fun. Attended by a select group of the region’s most socially minded residents and community leaders, guests were treated to a professional fashion showcase presented by Nordstrom.

“We are so grateful for the enthusiastic support for ElderHouse and the opportunity to celebrate together and view beautiful, accessible fashion, and learn useful tips.  The Nordstrom Fashion Team was so knowledgeable and the food at Bazille was fabulous! Thank you to all of our sponsors for making this event a success,” said Julia Schwartz-Leeper, Executive Director for ElderHouse.

The lively event included a delicious brunch and opportunities for giving, including a ‘giving garden’ and a wide variety of gift baskets. Opportunities to participate in the giving garden are still available, please visit  All proceeds provide critical support for the organization’s award-winning program of adult daycare, socialization, and recreational activities for older adults.

For over 45 years, ElderHouse has provided care and services to older adults and their family caregivers. The organization is a not-for-profit adult day center serving Norwalk, Darien, New Canaan, Stamford, Wilton, Weston, and Westport. To learn more, visit or call 203-847-1998.

ElderHouse would like to thank its generous sponsors: Fairfield County Bank, Garavel Auto Group, First County Bank, Webster Private Bank, Viking Construction Inc., EFA Partners, Janney Montgomery Scott, Nuvance Health, Norwalk PBA, The Strategy Group LLC, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and exclusive media partner New Canaan, Darien + Rowayton Magazine / Moffly Media.



Submitted by Norwalk, CT

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