We take our inspiration from our clients’ good work, and it is especially gratifying when our clients collaborate with each other to make a difference in our community. With this in mind, the success of The Clothes Exchange’s Pop-Up Shop to benefit the Intervale Center Farmer’s Recovery Fund with support by Seventh Generation (and many other Burlington businesses amounts to a hat-trick for us.
According a The Clothes Exchange press release, “farmers, fashionistas, and friends gathered in Burlington on October 15-16 to help turn new and pre-loved clothing into $16,500 at The Clothes Exchange’s special Pop-Up Shop. The money raised will go to the Intervale Center Farmers’ Recovery Fund, a fund that was set up to help supplement Burlington farmers who suffered nearly $750,000 in total losses during the wrath of Tropical Storm Irene.”
Dunkiel Saunders attorneys initiated efforts to help with flood recovery efforts immediately after Irene hit, and our work to help clients with flood relief continues.