Join us in Giving Back during a Social, Shop Local Event

‘Mix & Merry’ 
Give, Social & Shop Local Event

Wednesday, December 6, 2017 from 6-8pm
Happy Hour, Small bites, Wine, Raffle baskets, Shopping and more…

Click here to RSVP

– Get to know your local small business owners in our community
Shop Local all in one stop
– Give back and win

• Different ways to donate:
   Monetary Donatation to one of the links below, show your receipt at the door, 
   Bring a jacket, can of food, blanket or gently used or new Beanie Babie and receive raffle tickets for each item
   5 raffle tickets per $5 donation.
• Each company will be raffling great giveaways!
• Enter one or as many as you’d like! Must be present to win.
   Raffle will be at 6:30pm

THANK YOU to all our Local small business partners that will be participating:

– Window Genie of west Austin
– Rodan & Fields with Arden Whimberly and Allison Haligas
– Merrill Health Massage Therapy with Christine Merrill
– Chantal Claire Collections by Chantal Sokarac
– Advocare with Ian Keber
– Lip-Sense with Katy Kinney Zebo
– Baked Sugar – Homemade goodies by Hannah Dunn
– One Market by Michelle Alderman
– Scout and Cellar Win by Lauren Leos
– LulaRoe by Cindy Ring
– Bee Cave Fitness

– Hall Plastic Surgery & Rejunevation Center

– Gigi’s Garden
– Hess Chiropractic

Come celebrate the Holiday Season and help us give back…
Don’t forget to bring items to donate…

Jackets, Cans of food or Blankets will be going to Standish Foundation,
Coats for Kids, Capital Area Food Bank & Project Warm Us

Coat Info:

  • Kids and Women’s Coats
  • Project Warm Us needs mostly men’s coats
  • A large quantity of XL and XXL sizes needed
  • We can take jackets and sweaters, but please remember many of these are going to the shelterless homeless.
  • New or gently used items are accepted

Blanket Info:

  • Comforters, heavy blankets and moving blankets are most needed
  • We can take lightweight blankets, but please remember many of these are going to the shelterless homeless
  • No sheets please
  • New or gently used items are accepted

Food Info:

Bring in standard size cans of food (No Bulk sizes please) OR a copy of your receipt that you donated and receive raffle tickets

Canned Goods are Great – But Food Banks Really Need Money

Canned food drives are common around the holiday season. But food banks across Texas have placed a few other things a little higher on their wish lists this year.

The Texas Food Bank Network (TFBN) is made up of the state’s 20 food banks. The network says if you’re looking to help this holiday season, a financial gift will go further than an in-kind gift. That’s because food banks can work with corporations and farmers to get more for the money.

“We work with farmers to get them to donate their surplus product. And we can do that by giving them as little as ten cents per pound to help them offset the costs of getting that surplus produce out of the ground and to food banks. We have lots of corporate partnerships with big food retailers. And so we can really turn that dollar or ten dollar contribution into so much more because of the relationships that we have,” Celia Cole, TFBN CEO, says.