One of Durham, NC's hallmarks is that the people who live there are engaged in their community with an eye toward making it better for everyone. Many of the modern conveniences of big city life are in Durham, but residents and business owners still hold on to small-town values like looking out for their neighbors.
Vert & Vogue boutique in Durham’s Brightleaf Square is one of those businesses that cares for neighbors in need. For the second year in a row, they’re teaming up with Urban Ministries of Durham to donate 20% of Its sales to benefit urban Ministries of Durham.
On Saturday, March 23rd, the boutique will unveil its newly renovated showroom, spring collection and Vert & Vogue line of women’s shirting. To celebrate, the business will donate 20% of its sales that day to support the work of Urban Ministries.
Vert & Vogue will also leverage their annual spring client clothing exchange to build the stock of clothing available at Dress for Success. This will help women who are assisted by Urban Ministries improve their self-image and perception in the world.
For more information, email
Ryan Hurley, owner of Vert & Vogue or Bryan Gilmer, director of marketing & development at Urban Ministries of Durham.
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