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Eva's Closet and Foundation Christmas Fundraiser

10:20 AM, Aug 28, 2018

by Ariel Long

Eva’s Closet and Foundation would like to invite the Southwest Florida community to participate in their Christmas fundraiser this Saturday at Palm City Brewing. This non-profit organization helps local families and other organizations with assisting those who are in a financial struggle.

Eva’s Closet provides clothes, men, women and children, food, some furniture and household goods at no cost. That’s right, NO COST!

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Jessica Goodall, owner and founder, was inspired by her great aunt, Eva Engel, who worked in a women’s shelter for abused victims. Working closely with her great aunt, Goodall developed the passion to help provide for those who were less fortunate to help make them feel special to have something of their own. Thus, Goodall opened Eva’s Closet in dedication to her great aunt, who guided her to her career.

Eva’s Closet Christmas fundraiser is committed to helping a child this Christmas. At Palm City Brewing, the organization decorated a Christmas tree with name tags. Those tags have names of children with their desired gift for the holidays. The organization is asking in your help to make that child’s wish come true. Gifts can be returned to Palm City Brewing by December 18th or Eva’s Closet and Foundation, located off Old U.S. 41.

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