University Shop and Dine to Make A Difference: March 13-15

Lisa Cole
Posted on February 25, 2015, 3:31 pm
2 mins

On March 13, 14 and 15, 2015 University Village will host its annual Shop & Dine to Make a Difference to benefit Fred Hutch cancer research for women. Customers can purchase a $30 Cure Card that provides a 20 percent discount at more than 65 participating stores and restaurants in University Village. The impressive list includes J.Crew, Anthropologie, Mercer, Jonathon Adler, Din Tai Fung, Trophy Cupcakes and much more. All of the proceeds from the sale of the cards benefit women’s cancer research at Fred Hutch in Seattle.

Shoppers in University Village

Shoppers in University Village

Almost everyone’s lives have been touched by cancer in some capacity, and this event offers a fun and easy way to help support the cancer research work at Fred Hutch while supporting the local stores at UVillage as well. The event last year raised more than $51,000 to fund research on breast, ovarian and cervical cancer and help support the ongoing Fred Hutch research in cancers that affect women.

Shop and Dine to Make A Difference Cure Cards can be purchased online and, during the event, at the Fred Hutch Cure Card booth in University Village’s Center Court, as well as at all of the participating stores and restaurants. Pick up some new spring denim, glam new home décor, or get an order of truffle dumplings at a discount, all while helping in the fight to cure cancer.

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Shop and Dine to Make A Difference 2015

When: March 13-15

Where: University Village (2623 Northeast University Village Street)

 

 

Lisa Cole
Lisa Cole is the fashion and style writer for Vanguard Seattle, and her work includes her monthly column, Wear It Out, in which she styles looks based on the monthly theme of the magazine. Cole also covers fashion news and events, runway shows and boutiques. She has her own fashion and lifestyle blog, www.westfultonstreet.com, and is a member of Independent Fashion Bloggers and Fashion Group International.