Retail News: Shop for CHOP Starts Tomorrow

Shop for a cause at these local retailers this weekend.

closeup-of-hand-with-shopping-bagsLooking for a reason to indulge in a little retail therapy this weekend? Here are two:

1. It’s finally, blessedly, temperate out (we won’t dare say warm just yet, but a few of us doffed our coats this afternoon! Progress).

2. Tomorrow kicks off the first-ever Shop for CHOP, a three-day event during which 20 local, independent retailers will be donating 20 percent of proceeds to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The participating shops are all heavy-hitters in the local boutique world (which means you’ll be able to find amazing things), but even better, you’ll be helping raise funds for the hospital. Win-win!




Shop for CHOP Participants:

Arcadia Boutique: 819 North 2nd Street, Northern Liberties.

Barbara Ellick Designs: 705 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth.

Down 2 Earth Kids: 418 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill.

Duross & Langel: 117 S 13th Street, Midtown Village.

Ella’s Grove: 876 West Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr.

Fig Street: by appointment.

First Impressions: 470 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill.

Home Grown: 393 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford.

Jeff Kellmer Co.: 510 West Lancaster Avenue, Haverford.

Joan Shepp: 1625 Chestnut Street, Center City.

Julie’s Bottega: 156 Montgomery Avenue, Bala Cynwyd.

Knit Wit: 1729 Chestnut Street, Center City.

Mina Danielle: 355 Righters Mill Road, Gladwyne.

My Kids Korner: 711 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth.

Nest Boutique: 1301 Locust Street, Center City.

Salon Rosa M: 948 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth.

Sheridan Square: 360 Montgomery Avenue, Merion.

Shoe Bar: 535 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill.

World Wide Stereo: 38 Greenfield Avenue, Ardmore and 754 Route 309, Montgomeryville.

 

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