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Image credit: Adorn
Adorn, one of our favorite boho-chic jewelry boutiques, is gearing up to launch the Fishtown Decal Project, the partial proceeds of which will be donated to the New Kensington Community Development Corporation (NKCDC) to invest in the community's growth. Store owner/jewelry designer Sarah Lewis created the above decal to be sold at her Frankford Avenue shop beginning Friday, May 3, during Adorn's two-year anniversary party.
"[The NKCDC] has been so supportive of us since our arrival two years ago," says Lewis. "We wanted to give a little something back." Here's the deal: If you make a purchase of $100 or more at the Frankford Avenue jewelry shop, you'll score a sticker free of charge; or you can stop into the shop and purchase one for $5. Either way, $3 of each sticker will be donated to the nonprofit.
Fishtown locals are an enthusiastic bunch, so don't be surprised if you see the black and white decal plastered all over the neighborhood.
· Adorn [Official Site]
· The NKCDC [Official Site]