Boutiques give back to the charity of YOUR choice

This coming Saturday is a pretty important day in Old Town, and an important day for many local and national charities. It is the 3rd Annual Boutiques Give Back Day, involving more than 30 members of our District. In the past, stores have selected a specific non-profit to support. This year, we are doing things differently. While some boutiques have special relationships with non-profits and have chosen to give a percentage of their Saturday sales to a single organization, many are giving you the opportunity to choose your favorite charity to benefit from your purchase!

When you make a purchase, you will simply provide an email address to which our partner, Causetown, will send a link so that you can select the organization you’d like to support. That’s it! A few weeks after the event, the organization of your choice will receive a check in the mail.

Here you will find a complete list of participating stores along with the charities they have chosen to support on Saturday. Below is a list and map of the stores that are giving you the chance to select your own. If you are a member of a non-profit or if you personally support a specific cause, Saturday is your chance. So, spread the word. Bring your friends. And make a difference.

Boutiques Give Back List of Customer Choice Businesses

 

 

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