Buying local is always a good thing. Buying locally made goods that also give back to charity? Even better. Join us December 14 for another Meet The Makers party at the Lincoln & Rose Pop-Up featuring our favorite holidays gifts that give back to a great cause.
Meet Angelina Attwell, founder of the Mighty Me Project, a photography and literacy program; Fel Adessa creator Fel Los Angeles, a gorgeous line of handbags and accessories that enables you to explore and give back to "fel-anthropoies" of your choice; Shiny soul Rachelle Tratt founder of The Neshama Project, a super soulful mission to spread love and light into the world one hamsa at a time and to support Innovation Africa; Julia Martin-Wrobel founder of Nite Spa, a late-night beauty haven that caters to all the busy ladies working a full daytime schedule and that raises funds and provides spa treatments to women battling cancer; and Courtney Guerra, our local Flower Ave Farmer who recently launched L'Atelier Vert, which means Green Workshop. As she grows and forages fresh veg and herbs for Alma, named the best restaurant in LA, she also teaches children about growing their own food and healthy cooking.
As you peruse their goods, mingle with friends from the neighborhood, and sip on champagne cocktails, you'll also get a chance to hear their stories and inspirations, and how it all ties back into charitable efforts.