Scout & Molly’s Boutique launches campaign to support women fighting COVID-19

With every dress purchased online, the Ballston and Reston locations of the national franchise will donate a dress to a female health care provider of your choice.

 

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Passover and Easter are right around the corner. Even though most of us are hunkered down at home, it is a time of celebration, reflection and sharing. We’d like to ask our customers to partner with us to bring some joy to women on the front line of the Covid-19 battle. Here is how it works: 1. Purchase a dress (no limit) online at scoutandmollys.com/reston for yourself (free shipping) 2. Select a second dress of equal or less value that you would like us to donate to the doctor, nurse, police officer or fire fighter of your choice. 3. After your purchase is complete, you will be contacted by email to get the name and address of the person you would like us to send the donated dress to. #heroes #healthcareworkers #covid_19 #helpingothers #positivevibes #somegoodnews

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For just one week, the Ballston Quarter and Reston locations of franchise Scout & Molly’s Boutique are offering a campaign to support local women on the front lines against the coronavirus.

As this month is typically a time of celebration with family and friends, Jane and Betsy Abraham, the mother-daughter duo that owns both local spaces, wanted to do something special for those who will most likely be working long hours, fighting the global pandemic, instead of bonding over Passover Seder or Easter brunch.

From now until Saturday, April 11, with every purchase of a dress online from the boutique, the Abrahams will donate a dress to a health care provider—specifically a nurse, doctor, police officer or fire fighter—of your choice. Once you choose the dress you’d like to be sent right to your door, you’ll have the option to select a second dress of equal or less value for someone else.

While that special someone may not be able to show off her new dress until the summer, the gift will surely brighten her day. For more information on the week-long campaign, click here.

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