Splurge to donate scarves to chemo patients

Wrap a cancer patient in love this October, courtesy of Splurge Unique Gifts, Home Décor, and Jewelry, which will donate a beautiful pashmina scarf to a chemotherapy patient with every $150 purchase.

Partnering with the Cancer Institute at Greenwich Hospital, Splurge is conducting the pashmina project for its third year for the entire month of October. Customers are invited to hand write an encouraging note to the patient receiving the scarf.

In the event that a customer would like to give a scarf without meeting the minimum purchase, scarves are available for sale at a discounted price of $20 each. At the end of the month Splurge will match every donated scarf to double the gift to Greenwich Hospital.

Splurge owner Sonia Sotire Malloy commented, “Over the past two years we’ve donated over 100 scarves to chemotherapy patients at Greenwich Hospital. We are proud to offer this program in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness month. So many people that we know and love have been touched by cancer and we hope to bring some cheer to a chemotherapy patient’s day. We want them to know that many people are sending good wishes for their recovery.”

Maria Marini, program director of Oncology Services at Greenwich Hospital added, “Greenwich Hospital is proud to once again be the recipient of these beautiful pashminas. For the third year in a row, we can anticipate the joy on the patients’ faces. Each and every personal note of encouragement is greatly appreciated by our chemotherapy patients. It was great to see them smile and wear them with pride.”

Splurge offers an eclectic assortment of one-of-a kind gifts and many handmade works of art.

The store is open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.

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