Event will support shelter
Sarita Patel - Jul 31, 2020 - Get Involved

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Two local women have launched an event to benefit not only local businesses, but also provide for the women’s shelter in Kelowna.

Carly Malchuk, founder of Daily Digital Social Culture, has partnered with local influencer Alana Denham to launch ChiChi Marche. The event allows women to buy primarily local products in a grab bag worth over $150 for $50 during the pre-sale.

The contents are clothing and accessories donated by top social media influencers, such as Jillian Harris, as well as new items donated by local boutiques.

This opportunity was meant to be a stuff-a-bag event, but the organizers have had to pivot to support social distancing measures at this time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Participants can buy a ticket online, choose their preferred clothing size (XS-3X) and indicate a preferred time slot for pick up on Aug. 9.

There are 500 bags with all proceeds supporting the Kelowna Women’s Shelter, an organization that is in need, especially in a time of a global crisis.


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