The Greenwich Exchange, a popular shopping destination for gifts, decor and clothes, in partnership with YWCA is holding a one day shopping event at their boutique at 28 Sherwood Place in downtown Greenwich.
The event is Saturday, Oct 14, from 12:00pm to 4:00pm.
The event will benefit the YWCA’s Domestic Abuse Services Program, with 25% of proceeds going to the YWCA’s Domestic Abuse Services.
Admission is free.
New vendors and old favorites will bring their unique handmade wares… along with special One-Day Only Sales, artisan demonstrations, gourmet tastings, door prizes, raffle, complementary refreshments…Fun for All!
October is Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. Please help raise awareness and funds.
The Greenwich Exchange for Women’s Work, founded in 1901, is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run craft and gift shop, supporting independent craftspeople from Fairfield County and beyond. We help others to help themselves.
Purchases from our shop give artisans locally, throughout the US and in developing countries, the opportunity to earn income that pays for food, education, healthcare and housing by bringing their unique handmade products and stories to customers, bringing financial independence, piece of mind and self-esteem to those creative individuals.
YWCA Greenwich Domestic Abuse Services include crisis intervention, 24/7 hotline, individual and group counseling for adults and children, criminal and civil court advocacy, and emergency shelter. YWCA Greenwich is the only state designated provider of domestic abuse services in Greenwich with staff who are licensed to provide a variety of victim services.