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Fancy’s Folly Re-Opens, Kicks Off 'Shop for a Cause'

The Sewickley Village Shop Continues Its Tradition of Charitable Giving.

 

The popular local pop-up boutique  is set to re-open in the Sewickley Village early next month. The store will also continue its tradition of charitable giving on behalf of customers through the “Shop for a Cause" event, donating 10% of all gross sales over $100 to . 

“Fancy’s Folly was built upon this philanthropic practice and I am thrilled to continue this tradition,” said Nancy Follett, owner of Fancy’s Folly.

In addition to donating a portion of all sales, Fancy’s Folly will also provide information to the community on the Association’s upcoming events and ways to become involved. The "Shop for a Cause" event will run from Sept. 22nd through Oct. 6th.

In June, the shop hosted their first-ever "Shop for a Cause" event that benefited the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Phipps Conservatory and in Sewickley.

“It was a huge success,” Follett told Sewickley Patch.  “I am confident that ‘Shop for a Cause’ to benefit The Child Health Association of Sewickley will be equally, if not more successful.”

Founded in 1923, The Child Health Association of Sewickley has been engaged for almost 90 years in charitable giving and volunteer service aimed at improving the quality of life for children in western Pennsylvania. 

Fancy’s Folly, founded in 2001, offers distinctively classic gifts, accessories and clothing for women, men and the home including many choices of monogrammed gifts. 

The store’s re-opening will feature a special trunk show of the Lex & Lynne Jewelry Collection, fabulous new “finds” for fall and the addition of several new lines not currently available anywhere in Pittsburgh! Beaded clutches, a wide assortment of pillows, tabletop including glassware, vases, totes, frames, cashmere, candles, purses, scarves and needlepoint shoes are just a few of the many wonderful items the store will be featuring this fall.

“I'm really excited about re-opening on Thursday, Sept. 6th since we will be open this time through Christmas!” Follett said.

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