Central St Community Day Spring 2013

April, 27, 2013

Central Street Community Day Spring 2012

On Saturday, April 27, bring your Community Day Flyer into a participating business on Central Street and they will donate a portion of your purchase to the participating organization of your choice. Donations range from 5-20% on your purchases. What could be simpler? You make yo……ur regular purchases on Central Street (and maybe a little something extra for you or someone special) and you donate to well-deserving charities in the community. Keep an eye out for a special invitation from your favorite community organization. Nothing feels better than crossing something off your to-do list and helping your community at the same time!

Community Day on Central Street is a great way to give back and support local business at the same time. The Benefiting Organizations from Community Day Spring 2013:

C.A.R.E. for the Evanston Shelter*—Adoption and heath services for pets without homes

Center for Independent Futures – Evanston* — Helping adults with disabilities plan, support and sustain new ways of living in the community.

Dreams Delivered Program–Women’s Club of Evanston –Prom dresses, jewelry and accessories to senior girls at Evanston Township High School to help them with the cost of attending their senior prom.

Evanston Connections for the Homeless* –Housing and Homelessness prevention programs for Evanston residents in need

Evanston Environmental Association –Quality environmental education through the Evanston Ecology Center and the support of environmental projects that benefit the residents of Evanston

Evanston Public Library Friends–Strengthening the Evanston Public Library’s innovation, leadership and community outreach

Evanston Symphony Orchestra*–Accessible classical music entertainment that enriches the audience , orchestra & community

Fisher Dance Center – The Dance Foundation*–Teaching life lessons and passion through dance

Mitchell Museum of the American Indian *–An Evanston museum with a unique focus on the history, culture and art of the American Indian and First Nation peoples of the U.S. and Canada

Women’s Club of Evanston – Dreams Delivered Program *—Prom dresses, jewelry and accessories to senior girls at Evanston Township High School to help them with the cost of attending their senior prom.

Y.O.U. Evanston–Services and leadership to meet the needs of disadvantaged youth

Participating Businesses (with percentage donated to each organization)

Allegro Dance Boutique–15%
Apelian Rugs — 10%
an*tiq and mod*ern–10% or $10 for a visit with no purchase
Coast Sushi + Sashimi–10%
Gracie’s–10% and a chance at a $50 gift certificate for all who provide their email
Happy Husky Bakery–15%
Lois & Co–10%
Maya Papaya and Tony Macarony–15%
Mille Fiori–10%
Montoya Fiber Studio–10%
North Shore Eye Center–10%
Old Town Oil–15%
Oliver’s Trains and Toys–10%
Robert Gold Salon–10% of retail sales
The Spice House–15%
Walsh Natural Health–10%

Print and bring this flier with you on April 27!