(KCEN) -- Patient's at McLane Children's Hospital got the opportunity to walk the runway today.
The American Girl Fashion Show in Temple was the place to be with over 800 girls in attendance.
Thirteen girls who are currently or were once patients at the hospital represented different time periods in American history during the show.
American Girl and The Circle of Giving teamed up to raise over $50,000 for McLane Children's Hospital.
The first of three shows brought in over $32,000 and plenty of smiles.
According to Chairperson for the Circle of Giving Katy Kummerfeld, "We have models that are cancer survivors, we have models that have had life saving surgeries at McLane Children's Hospital."
Kelly Pisciotta, mother of an American Girl model said, "It's important to give back to the hospital because she wouldn't be here today with out them."
The last fashion show will be held Sunday at 2:00 P.M. at the Cultural Events Center in Temple.
Tickets are $40 and all the proceeds will go to McLane Children's Hospital.