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E.Leigh’s Announces Mission Monday Program Nonprofits

Oct 28, 2015 08:14AM ● By Audrey Sellers

E.Leigh’s Contemporary Boutique, a multi-award-winning clothing boutique in Southlake Town Square, is hosting a Mission Monday Program on November 2, 2015. On this day, 10 percent of the day’s sales will be donated to I Can Still Shine. Aimed at helping women and children leave abusive homes and assisting women coming from drug and alcohol programs who have been abused, I Can Still Shine strives to help more than 500 women and children become successful members of society.

Shop at E.Leigh’s on Monday, November 2 between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., and help support the program.

Additionally, E.Leigh’s Arkansas locations will host Mission Monday events to support the nonprofit organizations of Susan G. Komen (Little Rock), Community Connections (Conway) and Walton Arts Center (Fayetteville).

Mission Monday is an outreach program created with the purpose of serving and building awareness of local nonprofit organizations within the communities of which each E.Leigh’s boutique resides. Determined by a special board of individuals, E.Leigh’s currently selects four organizations to partner with monthly.

E.Leigh’s, LLC, is an Arkansas-based company established to offer on-trend apparel, shoes and accessories for the not-so-average woman. Striving to help every woman feel beautiful in her own skin by creating a positive and enriching in-store experience, E.Leigh’s Southlake location carries sought-after lines such as Free People, Show Me Your Mumu, Jack, BB Dakota, Minkpink, BCBGeneration, Kate Spade Gifts and much more.

Click here for more information about E.Leigh’s.