Two Writers Bring Holiday Shopping To Homeless Bronx Women
By Robert WirsingPosted on
With the help of over 20 volunteers, and partnerships with non-profit organization Heeling Soles and Empress Varnado on behalf of Making a Difference, Period, Blagrove and Williams were able to serve the women of SAMMON Build with a one-of-a-kind holiday shopping experience they’ll never forget!
Photo courtesy of the Pop-Up Care Shop
In an effort to help those in need of some holiday cheer, writers Kadia Blagrove and Kydee Williams created a new way of giving back to the homeless women and children of the SAMMON Build shelter with the ‘Pop-Up Care Shop’, a shop of donated goods, on Saturday, December 10.
The center’s gymnasium was transformed into a stylish boutique decorated with pink and white balloons, a shoe display and several racks of donated clothing.
Writers Kydee Williams (l) and Kadia Blagrove brought holiday cheer and great gift ideas to SAMMON Build shelter women.