March 30, 2011
Tomorrow, Thursday, March 31, 2011 is your opportunity to shop and donate!
Chico’s store at Washington Square Mall is having a Shop for the Cure Day where they will donate 10% of sales to the local ovarian cancer fund raising organization for ovarian cancer – The SHOC Foundation. Please shop and when paying, please remind your sales associate that you are ‘Shopping for a Cure” . Thank you!
March 27, 2011
Chico’s at Washington Square will be hosting a Shop for a Cure event this Thursday, March 31. They will donate 10% of your sale to the SHOC Foundation upon your request.
This event comes at perfect timing to begin shopping for your spring and summer wardrobes! It’s guilt-free shopping! Just remember to mention the SHOC Foundation to your sales associate at check-out.
The mission of the Sherri Hildreth Ovarian Cancer Foundation is to provide funding for ovarian cancer research, to educate women about early detection of ovarian cancer and to empower women recovering from ovarian cancer to find emotional, spiritual, and physical balance and well-being.
Please support this wonderful 501(c) 3 foundation.
November 4, 2010
One of my favorite stores is Chico’s. They supply (sell) quality fashionable women’s clothing and I always find something I like when I go in their store!
Well, this Saturday, November 6th, 2010, Chico’s Oregon stores will be donating 10% of all purchases to the SHOC Foundation. The SHOC Foundation is the Sherie Hildreth Ovarian Cancer Foundation and their monies go to OHSU (Oregon Health Sciences University) to support Ovarian Cancer research.
Shop for a Cure at Chico’s – Saturday, November 6th SAVE THE DATE!
Saturday, November 6th – Join us in our mission to provide funding for ovarian cancer research by shopping at any Chico’s store on Saturday, November 6. Chico’s will be donating 10% of all sales this day to the Sherie Hildreth Ovarian Cancer Foundation – a major contributor to ovarian cancer research at the Oregon Health & Science University Knight Cancer Institute located in Portland, Oregon.
Did you remember that teal is the color for Ovarian Cancer?