T&C to donate profits to breast cancer resource center
by Fariha Beig
Published October 9, 2012
Twenty seven out of 65 businesses in the Town and Country Village will donate ten percent of sales tomorrow to Breast Cancer Connections, a non-profit resource center which provides information and support to people with cancer, according to a statement on the shopping center’s website.
Jamba Juice Shift Manager Emmanuel Avillanoza supports this event.
“We try to give back to the community.” Avillanoza said. ” It’s a good cause and it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.”
The following businesses will donate 10 percent of their proceeds to BCC: Jamba Juice, Lisa DeNeffe Photography, Mom’s TheWord, Nanoo, Patrick James, Scandia Home, Sportissimo, Toss Designs, Touleh Pet Boutique, Urban Nest, U Threads, Village Cheese House, Wilby Optical, Xercise Lab, A Street Bike Named Desire, Ambassador Toys, Asian Box, Astor Gift & Home, Bespoke Home, Books Inc., Calafia Café and Market a Go-Go, Cold Stone Creamery, Create It Ceramics, Day One, Douce France, HALO–A Blow Dry Bar and Hobee’s, according to the T&C blog.
Nanoo, Patrick James, Scandia Home, Sportissimo, Touleh Pet Boutique, U Threads, Wilby Optical, Xercise Lab, Books Inc., Douce France and HALO–A Blow Dry Bar will also give a 10 percent reduction to consumers who mention BCC when purchasing products and services.
According to T&C’s events page, BCC will also be selling pink t-shirts which would benefit BCC directly between 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Palo Alto Fire Department will also be in attendance. There will be entertainment and a spin the wheel activity.
Check out BCC website for more info.
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