SALISBURY, Md. - A local small business in Salisbury is paying it back in a big way.
Benjamins Wear It Again, an upscale consignment clothes shop, is celebrating their 25th anniversary this week and they're doing it by holding fundraisers and raffles to help those local fundraising organizations.
The money raised will go to help Grace Foxwell Murdock's Kindness Bracelets and PROMISE, an organization that collects used prom dresses for the less fortunate.
The shop says it only made sense to pass on their well-doing, because 25 years ago, they were just getting started too.
"Having been able to survive the kinds of economic times, I wanted to figure out a way to give back to the community," said shop owner Nancy Benjamin. "I thought this was a perfect opportunity, I certainly endorse the anti-bullying message and the message of being kind to one another. So, this was just a great way to do it."
Benjamin also says that those that visit the store and buy a kindness bracelet or donate to the cause will be entered into a drawing for a $250 gift card. For more information, you can give the shop a call at 410-546-5111.
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