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Woodside shop holds benefit for Nepalese women

 

Emily Joubert Home & Garden at 3036 Woodside Road in Woodside is hosting a get-together with sparkling wine and light food from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 21, for the benefit of Nepalese women following the devastation of the country by two major earthquakes.

Twenty percent of the proceeds from sales at Emily Joubert will go to the Global Fund for Women's Nepal Crisis Initiative. The money would help to establish safe spaces for women, pay for camp visits, address health concerns, start community kitchens, and distribute tents and blankets, according to an announcement from the store.

Click here to make an online donation to the cause.

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