The Beatitudes Movement is LAUNCHING! and what better way than to have a beautiful evening of giving to women and children in need!
On Saturday, November 19th from 4pm to 8pm at Jal Gua Organic Cafe, we'll be collecting gifts-in-kind donations for homeless women and children during an amazing evening of live music with special guests!
Lauren Margaret Marron & Claire Couturier
4pm: Doors open and items and donations are collected
5pm: Event starts with speakers and performances
7pm to 8pm: Mingle with guests and end of event
The event is FREE!
Please bring any of the following items which will be distributed to a few women's shelters.
New items only please, unless specified:
adult and baby shampoo / conditioner
toothpaste and toothbrushes
adult and baby lotion
adult and baby body wash
cosmetics, nail polish and nail polish remover
brushes and combs
hair elastics and scrunchies
tampons and pads
new or gently used clothing (adult and baby)
new or gently used shoes/boots
new socks, underwear, and bras
new winter jackets, mittens, gloves, scarves
gift cards (Wal Mart, Shoppers Drug Mart, No Frills, Chapters, gas cards, movies, etc)
new towels (face and bath sizes - white)
new or gently used kid's toys
diapers and baby wipes
art supplies, pens and pencils
baby food and formula
tylenol and advil
anything else you can think of :)
Monetary donations are also welcome and these will be split and donated directly to each shelter.
Items and funds will be donated to these shelters:
Thank you all for the support and for giving hope to women and children. You are a blessing!
See you soon!
The Beatitudes Movement is an initiative where humans inhale natural blessings in and then exhale blessings out into the universe. #blessinblessout
The Beatitudes Movement is founded by Cari Flammia, with support from her mom Lucia. The term 'beatitudes' means 'blessing' or 'happiness'.
Follow The Beatitudes Movement on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @beatitudesmove
Jal Gua Organic Cafe is a beautiful cafe founded by Emmanuel Jal, ex-child soldier from South Sudan and now recording artist and peace activist. Thank you to Emmanuel and team for welcoming and supporting this initiative!
More info: Facebook event