Today’s Boutique Partners with “Save The Closet” to host clothing drive for victims of Hurricane Michael
October marks one year since Category 5 storm impacted Bay County
WHO: Today’s Boutique & Save The Closet
WHAT: Clothing Drive Benefitting Hurricane Michael Victims
WHEN: Entire month of October 2019
WHERE: Today’s Boutique
4433 Commons Drive E #E103
Destin, Florida 32541
DESCRIPTION: In memory of the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Michael, Today’s Boutique in Destin has partnered with Save the Closet to host a community clothing drive throughout the month of October. The community is encouraged to clean out their closets and donate any new or gently used clothing, shoes and accessories for women, men and children by dropping them off at Today’s Boutique. All items will be donated directly to locals that were affected by Hurricane Michael through Save The Closet, a local non-profit organization that features a community closet within a bus that travels into the most affected areas. Their mission is to provide victims the normalcy and pleasure of a shopping experience to replenish their lost wardrobe, completely free of charge. For anyone that brings in donations, Today’s Boutique will offer a $10 gift card as a thank you. Items may be dropped off any time during Today’s Boutique’s business hours, which are 10:00 am – 6:30 pm Monday through Saturday and 12:00 to 5:00 pm on Sunday.
About Today’s Boutique:
Since 1981, Today’s Boutique has been helping women along the Emerald Coast find their own look through high-end brands and eclectic styles. Putting a fresh spin on new combinations that really wow customers and keep them coming back for more. They bring pleasure to each customer through eye-catching clothing at reasonable prices. Today’s stylists help clients revive their wardrobes, whether through neutral basics or fashion-forward, dramatic designs. Today’s apparel will be a favorite in anyone’s closet. For more information about Today’s Boutique, visit us at www.todaysdestin.com and on Facebook and Instagram.