This Month 50% Profits Will Go To Those In Need

March 24, 2020

This Month 50% Profits Will Go To Those In Need

The antique mart is officially closed due to the coronavirus outbreak BUT you can still shop my collection online and e-design services are still available. As challenging as this past week has been for our family I know its nothing compared to what some are going through. Lots of people have lost their jobs/businesses this week and are concerned about how to simply pay rent and put food on the table. 

I do own a small business but we are also fortunate that my husband has job security and we find ourselves in the position of being able to help a little. So for the month of Mach I've decided to donate 50% of my profits to coronavirus relief funds and to helping those in need during this time. I will also be supporting as many small businesses and non-profit organizations as possible. 

I hope this post finds you and your family well! -Nicole Mendez, Curator




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