• Victory Rolls or Messy Bun? How will you show up?

    Clothed in Confidence

  • Stilettos or Sneakers? What's your style?

    Clothed in Confidence

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Pinups and Pumps Clothed in Confidence .

When was the last time you broke out your red lipstick and your black flare dress? What about your corset, pencil skirt, or capris? Now's your chance to wear your favorite rockabilly or vintage outfit styled with pumps and join us for our fabulous fashion show.

We'll even add delicious food and fancy drinks along with amazing music to guarantee a great evening!

Everyone deserves to feel confident, beautiful and safe. Pinups and Pumps is an empowerment event that showcases fabulous vintage looks worn by domestic violence survivors and those who care about stopping the cycle of abuse.

Date and Time.

April 28, 2017
7:00 pm - Doors Open
7:00 pm - Rooftop VIP Party
7:45 pm - VIPs Escorted to Seats
8:00 pm - Fashion Show


Terrace on Grand
1520 Grand Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64108
Parking: SW corner of 16th and Walnut


While arriving in your best Pinup ensemble is highly encouraged, the tagline for this year’s event is “Clothed in Confidence.” This is meant to be a fun night out in the city, so we want our guests to wear whatever makes them feel the most confident! Whether it's Victory Rolls or a Messy Bun, all styles are welcome at Pinups and Pumps!


For attire inspiration and ideas, check out our Pinterest boards.

Buy Tickets.

You can purchase tickets on our Eventbrite page or using the form below. Get your tickets soon before pre-sale ends or tickets sell out!

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Our Sponsors.

Presenting Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Table Sponsors

How to sponsor.

With help from our sponsors, funds raised by this fashion show will raise awareness of domestic violence and support local domestic violence prevention and education programs, all while celebrating the resilient spirits of our survivors as they walk the runway!

Support is welcome in many ways, both by monetary donations and in-kind sponsorship. Click here to see the sponsorship prospectus. For more information or to have someone discuss opportunities, please send an email to info@foundation4dvp.org.

Email Address


Mailing Address

Foundation 4 DVP
PO Box 158
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063

Domestic Violence is Preventable.

We are a non-judgmental organization that realizes people on all sides of domestic violence need to understand it in order to fight it. Additionally, we believe that education is the key to eradicating domestic violence.

Foundation4 Domestic Violence Prevention seeks to significantly reduce the incidents of domestic violence in the U.S. through community outreach, awareness, and education. We do this by creating partnerships with local domestic violence agencies that have existing programs matching our mission, then raising funds to support their program development and execution.

Youth Involvement.

At Foundation4 Domestic Violence Prevention, we believe that education is the key to eradicating domestic violence in our communities. Funds raised from Pinups and Pumps will be used to develop a middle school teen-dating violence prevention program, which educates youth on what healthy relationships look like, as well as focusing on personal self-esteem.

Empowering Women.

Leaving a domestic violence situation is rarely an easy task. Many individuals find themselves hopeless, disconnected, and unaware of resources that aid in leaving an abusive home. Pinups and Pumps creates an empowering environment that shows off the strength and courage these women exude.

Educating Communities.

We truly cannot end domestic violence without educating our communities on the negative effects. Through events such as Pinups and Pumps, we are able to share resources and education tools to help prevent domestic violence from occurring in the home. By creating a better understanding of domestic violence, we are able to prevent the spread of this horrible social problem.

Creating Connections.

Together, we can lay the foundation for our work in the Kansas City community. Through community partnerships, we will continue to grow with our communities, and work tirelessly until all men, women, and children are safe from domestic violence.

Meet Our Team.

Ashley Pittman


Lyndse McPheeters


Sammy Jo Gibson

Social Media & Event MC

Lisa Holiman

Board Member

Event Committee

Tracey Passantino

Christopher Stibbs

Jay Whitsitt

Alex Whitsitt

Leslie Lust

Irena Rice

Jeanette Knittel

Andrea Scharnhorst

Mandi Flesher

Jennifer Bizzell

Mackenzie Bizzell

Deb Doolittle

Sarah Crutchfield