Wolf and Gypsy Vintage Late Night Shopping in Association with BWC

It’s that time of year again at Wolf and Gypsy Vintage when we crack open the bubbly and offer you guys a special late night shopping event happening this Thursday, 14th December 2017. 

With special discount offers; rails full of eclectic, hand-picked Vintage items; as well as carefully selected gifts ideas from heritage brands such as Papier d’Arménie to contemporary offerings from Baserange to Darner socks. We have all present buying options covered! 

To further add to the excitement of our usual shopping event, we are so proud to announce that we will be raising money for the renowned Brighton Women’s Centre (BWC). 

  • 1 in 4 women suffer with mental health difficulties.
  • 1 in 4 women experience domestic violence.
  • 1 in 3 women experience sexual violence or abuse.
  • 90% of lone parent households are headed by a woman.
  • For every £1 a man earns, a woman receives only 85p.

With this in mind our very own Celeste has designed a charity t-shirt that will be available on the night, with all the profits going towards helping the BWC. By purchasing this tee, you’re helping improve women’s chances in Brighton & Hove. BWC offer services such as counseling, holistic therapy and personal development that are essential to empower women and tackle inequalities.

This local charity has worked tirelessly since its inception in 1974 to provide a safe and caring space for women, and we are so excited to be raising funds for them. 

As well as the limited edition t-shirt we will be collecting donations for the charity on the night. Stef, one of their volunteers states; “In terms of donations it would be nice if people could donate things that are a bit of a treat for Xmas.“ So, if you are able and willing it would be lovely to receive donations such as- chocolate, nail varnish, books or any little goodies you can think of. 

We are so looking forward to seeing you there and we hope you love the charity t-shirt as much as we do! 

To learn more about BWC and how you can help, please visit www.womenscentre.org.uk



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