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Victoria, BC Canada – SITKA will host an evening to collect clothing and accessories for the Victoria chapter of Women in Need (WIN) on Wednesday April 14th from 7 – 10 PM at 538 Yates St. in Victoria. The event, coined ‘Ladies Night’, is a girls-only event to bring females together to enjoy refreshments, entertainment, discounts and to collect donations for WIN.
Girls who bring a donation for WIN will receive 30% off of Sitka clothing and 20% off of other brands of clothing. There will be games to win larger discounts and prizes for the largest donations. Wine and non-alcoholic beverages will be served with cheese from Hillary’s Cheese Company. SITKA, Insight and Arc Salon will provide prizes, and Annie Nolan will provide musical entertainment for the evening.
SITKA was born from the West Coast of Canada where the mighty Sitka Spruce calls home. Like the Sitka Spruce gravitates to the ocean and flourishes, so too does the SITKA brand. We are a brand of like-minded individuals that are inspired by the ocean and it’s surrounding environment. SITKA collaborates with artists, surfers, skaters and all those that share the same passions to produce an active lifestyle brand that is true to our roots. The majority of our garments are produced with organic cottons and a selection are produced with bamboo as sustainability and fair-practice are two of the cornerstones of our business beliefs.
About Women in Need
The Victoria Women in Need Community Cooperative is an enterprising, not-for-profit organization that meets social goals through business ventures. WIN is 100 percent self-funded. Revenues from our three WIN Resale Shops finance our operations and our good works. Surplus revenue is used to fulfill our goal of creating opportunities for women to become self-sufficient.
For more information, please contact:
Mel Greene – Director of Communications