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Revolve Consignment Boutiques and WCI!

During the winter of 2015, Revolve Consignment Boutiques, a women’s clothing store that features contemporary fashion available

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Pictured from Left to Right: Nancy Silver Hargreaves, WCI President & CEO; Aneta Hazen, WCI Employment/Day Division Head; Denise Baker, WCI Artist; Dona Jarvis, WCI Art Coordinator; Devorah Smith, WCI Development Committee Member; Mary Cullinane, WCI Artist; Ruth Harutunian, WCI Development Committee Chair; Lisa Castagno, Revolve Owner.

at only a fraction of the retail price, in Belmont & Lexington , held a fundraiser for a three month period for WCI – Work, Community, Independence, a non profit agency that provides homes and work for adults with intellectual disabilities, in their Cushing Square Belmont store.

The Cushing Square location now serves as the Revolve Outlet store and items that do not sell in the other stores are moved to the Cushing Square location where 100% of sales are donated to the organization that is selected.  The fundraiser also included the sale of WCI’s Art Initiative items, such as jewelry, scarves, notecards, paintings and other various items created by the adults with disabilities.

We are so grateful for the support from Lisa Castagno, Owner.  As a result, we received a check for $1600 which will benefit WCI to support the various needs of the Individuals in our programs.

Please go online & connect to revolveboutiques.com to check out the great selection of designer items.

WCI appreciated the opportunity to collaborate with Revolve Consignment Boutiques and the generous donation.

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