Burlington-area Benefit 10/15 and 10/16

The Clothes Exchange, a Vermont social enterprise committed to raising funds for community benefit, is exchanging clothes to support local farmers affected by Tropical Storm Irene at 152 Cherry Street in Burlington (the former location of the Outdoor Gear Exchange).  The pop-up shop will be open from 11am-7pm on both days.  All proceeds will go to the Intervale Center Farmers’ Recovery Fund. There is no entry fee.

Attendees of the Pop-Up Shop can make an immediate difference and help their local farmers through the simple act of shopping. A variety of new and pre-loved apparel for women, men and children will be on sale at bargain prices. Participating retailers include Sweet Lady Jane, ECCO, Stella, Claudia Venon Designs, Isis, Little Luna Blue, Isabean, Baked Beads, and Flashbags. Major designer brands include Marc Jacobs, Horny Toad, Nau and Michael Stars.

Those who want to learn more about the Intervale Center Farmers’ Recovery Fund, or make a donation today, can go to www.intervale.org/support and click on the green “Donate Now” button. Donations may be designated to the Intervale Center Farmers’ Recovery Fund.  Donations can also be mailed to the Intervale Center, 180 Intervale Road, Burlington, VT  05401.  Please make checks payable to “Intervale Center Farmers Recovery Fund.”  All contributions are tax-deductible.

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6 Responses to Burlington-area Benefit 10/15 and 10/16

  1. Cherie says:

    I’ll be there.

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  4. clothesexchange says:

    So thrilled to be able to do something to help our local farmers. The Intervale is such an important part of our city and our lives.

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