This Mom Wouldn’t be Caught Dead Wearing Mom Jeans: Echo Design + Fashion Delivers Partner to Launch #SharetheWarmth
It is OFFICIALLY FREEZING in NYC and there could no be a better time to BUNDLE up in Echo Design, than at right this very moment. And I feel LUCKY that my uber fashionable girlfriend GLAMAMOM turned me onto their winter accessories which take warmth and fashion to a WHOLE NEW LEVEL. Their Sparkle fingerless gloves work like magic while doing my pooper scooper civic duty, after my two dogs do their business and their Sparkle Chunky neck warmer- well- it’s like COMING HOME BUT TO A HOME I’VE never known. But truly what I love about being able to wear their neck warmer is that I don’t feel that it makes me look like I’m TRYING too hard to wear a scarf ( which I can never figure out how to tie or make look pretty!)
But the real reason you should snag yourself some Echo Design swag is because the leading fashion and home accessories brand just launched its announce Share The Warmth charitable promotion which will benefit Fashion Delivers, a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing apparel and other products donated by manufacturers and retailers to community charities across the country.
So just how does this promotion work? Share the Warmth – Buy One, We Give Two will run through December 1, 2013 and during this time period Echo Design invites consumers to purchase cold weather items, such as gloves, hats or mufflers from www.echodesign.com and for each unit sold, the company will donate two comparable items to those in need through Fashion Delivers. All the items donated will go to those in the northeast still impacted by the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, one year later. Echo Design wants to help ensure people keep warm this winter.
“Giving back has always been part of our 90 year heritage and this holiday season, we are proud to partner with Fashion Delivers. There is a need to continue to support communities affected by Hurricane Sandy and we hope to provide warmth in the cold months ahead by donating scarfs, hats and gloves to those in need.” Says Lynn Roberts, Vice President of Communications, Echo Design.
“Recovering from a natural disaster is a long, challenging road, which is why we are still working with New York and New Jersey charities to help people affected by Hurricane Sandy,” said Fashion Delivers Chairman Allan Ellinger. “This program is a great way for consumers to help people in need while also getting beautiful products. We’re counting on the generosity of companies like Echo Design, as well as their customers, to help keep people warm this winter.”
Fashion Delivers Charitable Foundation, Inc. battles the effects of poverty and natural disasters by supporting hundreds of community-based social service agencies throughout the U.S. and around the world. Fashion Delivers was formed in 2005 to mobilize the fashion community and reach out to those most in need, providing donations of new women’s, men’s and home fashions distributed through a network of local agencies. Fashion Delivers has secured and distributed nearly $200 million in product since its inception. For more information, please visit www.fashiondelivers.org.