ATTENTION LOCAL FRIENDS: ‘Tis the season for GIVING BACK. My fave clothing store Swirl Boutique is partnering with Sage the Label to host a fabulous holiday party that will gift YOU for giving back! Stop by their Encinitas location on Wed, 12/20 from 4-8pm and donate your gently used clothes to be entered to win amazing items from SAGE the label, SWIRL & so many more (see prizes up for grabs below)! All donations will go to The Covenant House which is a non-profit youth homeless shelter that provides meals, showers, clean clothes and a safe place to sleep for homeless & trafficked youth (ages 17-24). Stop by and enjoy a holiday cocktail, shopping discounts and of course, the joy of giving back.

P.S. This pink two piece set is also currently available at SWIRL and would be perfect for a NYE party! The top is $50 and the skirt is $78.

Raffle items include:

BodyRok (10 pack of classes), Fitculture workout leggings, Headlines the Salon $100 gift certificate + product package, Erin Fader jewelry special holiday piece, Set & Stones jewelry special holiday piece, Trattoria I Trulli $100 gift certificate & bottle of vino, Infinite Succulent handmade crystal succulent, Image Spa MD medi treatment (valued over $200), Lovestrength Belt, Wythe USA hat, Nicole Kelly jewelry piece as well as special items donated by SWIRL and Sage the Label.

SWIRL BOUTIQUE is located at 119-D N El Camino Real in Encinitas T: 760-753-0870

Additional Info/Stats on Teen Homelessness & The Covenant House:

Teen Homelessness Annual Stats:
-More than 2 mil US teens are homeless
-57% homeless teens spend at least one day/month without food
-20,000 kids forced into prostitution
-50% report familial abuse
-40% of US homeless teens are under age 18
-50% adolescent homeless teens are aging out of foster care and juvenile
with no promise of education and social support.
Covenant House Stats:
-As of 2015, Covenant House has provided shelter and support for over 51,000 kids. (About 4,000 monthly)
-29,987 kids were cared for through their Residential and Community Service Center. (about 2,500 monthly)
-Their team served over 21,186 additional kids in 21 cities. (about 1,700 monthly)

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