Charity Shopping Event Raises Funds for Long Island Breast Health Education

Long Island shoppers came out to Impulse Boutique in Port Washington despite the rain on Tuesday, March 12, to spruce up their spring wardrobes while supporting the Maurer Foundation’s life-saving mission. Thanks to a collaborative partnership, 10% of all Impulse purchases were donated to support the Maurer Foundation’s breast health education programs.

Quite a few women enjoyed this shopping experience, which included wine and snacks, and left with stylish designer garments and accessories. Impulse carries high-end, unique, trendy items, ranging from dresses to jeans, scarves to sweaters. With a broad assortment of prints, patterns and cuts, the store offers merchandise that appeals to women of all ages. For this occasion, Impulse extended its hours, keeping doors open until 8 p.m.

“We appreciate all of the shoppers who supported our breast health education mission by attending this event, and extend a big thanks to Impulse Boutique for generously offering to donate 10% of all purchases toward our programs,” said Maurer Foundation Executive Director Debbie Hecht. “The collaboration with Impulse provided a fun opportunity for women to treat themselves while helping others, and we hope to be part of more events such as this in the future.”

The Maurer Foundation participates in a variety of fundraising initiatives across Long Island, and we welcome opportunities to team up with other groups and businesses in creating custom breast cancer fundraising events and programs. For more information on fundraising opportunities, or to learn about the Foundation’s education programs, contact us today.