Shop for a Cause

30 Apr

Today we’re taking a break from our normal programming to bring you an important announcement that benefits Colorado’s children. Each year, the Colorado Children’s Campaign (CCC), a nonprofit group that champions policies and programs that benefit kids, puts out a booklet of discount vouchers to hundreds of retailers and restaurants in Denver’s most exclusive shopping districts and neighborhoods. For $50, CCC will send you a Colorado Shops for Kids book featuring deals from more than 100 retailers in Cherry Creek North, Stapleton, Larimer Square, WashPark, Highlands, etc.

Laura scoped out some deals and found things like 30% off a regularly priced item, a salon or spa service, and buy-one-get-one-free entrees at delicious restaurants and bakeries. The vouchers are valid at all retailers between May 1st and 14th, so order your book online today and start shopping stat! No doubt you’ll easily make that back in the savings you get through the discounts offered in the books.

Some of our favorite Office Pretty outlets are included in the promotion including Garbarini, ALine Boutique (photo below) and Perfect Petal. This morning we are just dreaming of buying a Milly Dress from Garbarini (so Office Pretty!) and taking a look at the huge selection of Tory Burch shoes at ALine. While we’re at it, we’re thinking of how we might pick up handmade statement earrings from Perfect Petal (and maybe even some flowers for mom, too).

Shopping is always a good thing in our books, but when it’s for a cause – it’s a great thing! (How’s that for an excuse to shop?)

XO – Laura and Jill


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