Orchard Mall goes all in for Friendship

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Grab your wallets and your spinning shoes because on Sunday, August 5th Orchard Mall is transforming into the ultimate charity shopping event benefiting Friendship Circle.

Beginning at 11am, the stores within Orchard Mall are joining together to show support for children with special needs by donating a portion of the day’s proceeds to Friendship Circle. The event is not only a fundraiser; it is also a family-friendly celebration complete with blow ups, popcorn, cotton candy, raffles and live music.

Julie Feldman, owner of Guys n’ Gals and chair of the Everything4Friendship event says, “Friendship Circle is an incredible non- profit organizations that I fell in love with when my children became Friendship Circle volunteers. We are hoping to raise a lot of money for Friendship Circle along with offering a good time for everyone.”

Participating stores include Reel Ryder, Yoga Shelter, Guys n’ Gals and 15 other services and retailers.

For media inquiries, please contact Melanie Barnett at [email protected].

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