Shop to Make a Difference!

Have you seen the forecast for this weekend?!? It is going to be absolutely gorgeous & sunny, which is perfect weather for my favorite cardio activity, shopping!! Have you had your eye on those cute summer tees at Jcrew? Maybe a new dress for wedding season at Anthropology? Maybe a fun new kitchen gadget at Crate & Barrel? (I could go on and on!)
University Village has all of these stores + 53 other fab stores, restaurants and spas which are participating in this weekend's Shop to Make a Difference event! Shop to Make a Difference is an event where if you buy a $25 'Cure Card' you will receive 20% off all participating shops in UVillage! All proceeds from the Cure Cards benefit woman's cancer research at the Fred Hutchinson Center. It is a win, win! You help cancer research and get an awesome discount at your favorite stores!

This is my 2nd year participating in the event...insert super cheesy picture of me last year selling Cure Cards at Lucy! See you shopping this Sunday afternoon!

Two Birds, One Stone

Attention Animal Lovers and Cupcake Fans! From now until the end of February, The Yellow Leaf Cupcake Company will donate $1.00 to the Seattle Humane Society for every "Yellow Heart Cupcake" (chocolate Carmel cashew, YUM) sold at their Belltown store!

Support your local shelter and satify your sweet tooth by purchasing a Yellow Heart Cupcake today!

Also, save the date for the Seattle Humane Societies annual Tuxes and Tails Event! Tuxes & Tails is April 24th and is being held at the Sheraton in downtown Seattle. Clutch Events is proud to be helping out with the event, stay tuned for more details!

Rabuor Village Partners Fundraiser Success!

With the help of Seattle's Wurst Restaurant, Shultzy's, last Sunday's Rabuor Village Partner's 1st Annual Fundraiser was a huge success! Throughout the evening RVP was able to raise just over $17,000 for the project!
Clutch Events is very proud to donate a percentage of all events to the non profit organization. RVP's mission is simple; To partner with communities in rural Africa as they develop self sustainable solutions to overcome the challenges of poverty and HIV/AIDS.
If you would like to learn more about the Rabuor Village Partners please check out their website,