‘Splurge’ for scarves this month

This October, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness month, Greenwich’s Splurge Unique Gifts, Home Décor and Jewelry will donate pashmina scarves to patients undergoing chemotherapy treatments at the Cancer Institute at Greenwich Hospital.

Until Oct. 31, Splurge will donate a pashmina to a chemotherapy patient for every purchase of $150 or more. Customers will also have the opportunity 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 requirement, scarves are available for sale at a discounted price of $20 each.

“We are strongly committed to charitable efforts in the community and are happy to offer a program in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month,” Splurge’s owner Sonia Malloy said. “We are hoping to brighten a chemotherapy patient’s day and let them know that 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. The scarves, along with the personal notes of encouragement were greatly appreciated by our chemotherapy patients last year. It was great to see them smile and wear them proudly.”

Splurge is located at 39 Lewis Street and is open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday by appointment.

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