Jennifer’s is supporting Human Trafficking Awareness Partnerships (HTAP) June 18-22. The boutique will be previewing famed Florida artist Myra Roberts’ “Spokeswoman.” Roberts donated the 30” x 40” giclee limited edition print to HTAP. Sealed bids will be accepted at Jennifer’s. The winner will be announced at HTAP’s “Rock and Role Models” fundraiser on June 28. Signed and numbered 11” x 14” Spokeswomen prints will be available at Jennifer’s for $65.00 with 100% of the sales benefiting HTAP.
In addition, 5% of Jennifer’s sales on Thursday, June 21 will be donated to HTAP. From 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. shoppers will enjoy complimentary wine and cheese and meet representatives from HTAP. Shoppers can also purchase raffle tickets for a variety of prizes. All ticket sales will benefit HTAP.
“HTAP instructs youth in Lee and Collier counties in how to protect themselves against trafficking and teach their peers about the issue through presentations and its ARTREACH program, said Jennifer Williams, owner of Jennifer’s. “Human trafficking is a serious problem in Florida and HTAP is the community leader and trusted resource for human trafficking prevention in Southwest Florida.”
Jennifer Williams opened her Fort Myers boutique in November of 1983. Her unique and timeless sense of style and personalized service has created a loyal following.
Jennifer’s is located in Fort Myers at 13251 McGregor Boulevard Suite 111-1 in the Design Center, between First Watch and The Melting Pot and is open from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Call (239) 481-8582 or visit Jennifer’s online at jennifersfortmyers.com or on Facebook and Instagram.