November 2, 2017 | Holiday Shopping Boutique
Sip + Shop for a Cause in Association with Willard Elementary HSA
A big THANK YOU to the Willard Elementary HSA in Ridgewood and their community of Ridgewood Moms who supported our women business owners Sip+Shop Holiday Boutique.
A special thanks to Carol LoGrasso + Robin Fisher for giving PowHER Network the opportunity to join forces and actively participate in our programs powered by women entrepreneurs.
The Willard Elementary HSA in Ridgewood received PowHER Network's Silver Partnership Award for supporting PowHER Network's Marketplace of women business owners for a ladies night of shopping.
THANK YOU TO OUR WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERS
Hosted at The Brick House, Wyckoff
THANK YOU TO OUR GIFT BAG SPONSORS
*Special Thanks to The Brick House*
Over 100 Willard Moms Received a $25 Gift Certificate
IN THE SPIRIT OF GIVING, SHOP FOR A CAUSE
Andrea Bandazian, Owner of Angel Oils, donates and volunteers for the Children's Cancer Foundation to help raise funds to support facilities, research and programs to aid in the treatment and cure of pediatric cancer - which is also supporting her friend's daughter. Andrea will also be selling Silver Angel Wing keychains at the event and donating a portion of proceeds to Tackle Kids Cancer.
Corrie Gaffoglio, Consultant for Beautycounter, donates and volunteers on the Ways and Means Committee for the Social Service Association of Ridgewood and Vicinity which provides food, emergency rent, utility assistance and support services to our neighbors in need.
Brett Krugman, owner of Brett Lauren, employs women that are homeless or in need to craft her handmade bracelets to help them re-enter the workforce with a fresh start, new direction and hope. She believes fashion can certainly have a conscience and partners with The Tomorrow Project.
Kristin Laferty, Owner of dogwood lane, donates and participates on the local Bergen County committee, for Young Life. An international and local faith based organization, Young Life provides for adolescents adventure, strong mentors and an opportunity to explore faith in a fun and non pressured way.
Hanna Thomas and René Sbrocco, Owners of Hey Local, partner with Home School Associations and donate a portion of their spirit wear sales back to that organization.
Brittany DeMaio and Dina Parise, Studio Owners of Little Nest Portraits in Ridgewood + Monclair, support family and child-based organizations and donate to the children's cancer foundation Cookies for Kids Cancer. Brittany and Dina will be celebrating their new location in Ridgewood with a community get together to host a Cookie Swap fundraiser to benefit the cancer foundation.
Monique de Maio (Facini), Owner of onDemandCMO + Purium Brand Ambassador, donates and is a member of Women United in Philanthropy (WUIP) which is decade plus old women’s giving circle that supports local projects that have a positive impact on women to make them economically strong and independent.
Sue Ellen Greenberg, Owner of The Camp Lady @ Student Summers, donates to A LITTLE HELP, a non-profit organization, founded to help women and children who have left domestic abuse situations and are working to rebuild their lives in an environment of safety and security. Unlike other organizations like them, they assist with "little things".
Jessica Bush, Owner and Academic Coaching Consultant for Tutor Doctor in North Jersey + Rockland county, donates to Oasis A Haven for Women and Children to help change the lives of women and children by breaking the cycle of poverty through compassionate educational programs.
Maureen Barrett, Owner of Woof Gang Bakery + Grooming in Ridgewood, has a passion for animals, and through her relationship with the Woofgang Bakery organization, will be enjoying the interaction with her pet (and human!) customers, while also partnering with organizations who assist pets in need of rescue and rehabilitation. Maureen is the proud parent of two adopted rescue dogs that changed her life.