October 7, 2008
You crave it, you need it and nothing’s more satisfying than doing a lot of it. Sure, it’s gotten you into some trouble, but that doesn’t keep you from wanting more.
Craving some retail therapy? Time to browse a website that’ll turn your shopping experience into guilt-free retail philanthropy.
Uptown Liz.com, an online shopping boutique, was launched by Sacramento-native Ramona Russell and created in loving memory of her sister, Elizabeth “Liz” Overturf, who lost her battle with breast cancer at just 28 years old. A fashionista at heart, Liz’s dream was to one day own a clothing boutique with her sister–a dream that lives on through Uptown Liz.
What’s on Uptown Liz? A huge selection of fabulous products whose proceeds directly give back to charitable organizations. Choose to shop by cause and browse items that support efforts to end world hunger, fund cancer research, or fight domestic violence and animal cruelty. Or, choose to shop by product and browse items from categories like handbags, shoes, electronics, clothing, food & drink or home goods.
The best part? Uptown Liz takes the guesswork out of giving back. With over forty causes, hundreds of products, and a list of participants growing daily, you can rest assured that each and every time your purchase on Uptown Liz, you are helping to raise money, awareness and support for others in need.
Visit uptownliz.com, and shop for a cause.
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