Denver Clothing Swap to Benefit Bachelor Contestant’s Nonprofit
A clothing swap in Denver will benefit a nonprofit organization empowering girls with physical differences on Saturday, March 4 in Denver.
According to the Swap Social Denver Facebook event page, women can shop new and used donated clothes priced $1-20 from other Denver women and local boutiques. A $5 cover gets you in to shop and a $20 VIP ticket allows you early entry and a drink ticket. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at C Squared Ciders, located at 2875 Blake Street.
Leftover items will be donated to a local Denver shelter and a portion of proceeds will benefit SheLift, the nonprofit organization founded by Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise contestant, Sarah Herron (she appeared on Bachelor season 17 a.k.a. Sean Lowe's season). SheLift works to empower women and girls to celebrate their physical differences and "overcome obstacles through fitness, practicing self-acceptance, and spreading love" and mentorships.
When I initially came across this event, I was under the impression Sarah Herron would be there in person. However, it looks like that is not the case. Still, SheLift sounds like a great organization that all women should support.
For more information about the event and to purchase tickets, go here.