(Filed Under Event News). Specialty retailer Peekay, Inc. held its seventh annual pajama party event on Nov. 22 to benefit women and children who are victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse or trafficking.
Peekay founder Phyllis Heppenstall along with staff members assembled over 150 gift bags with robes, apparel, undergarments and toiletries to be donated to Washington- and California-area charities including ACAP Child and Family Services of Auburn, Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County, Washington Women’s Employment & Education, SafePlace Olympia and Children of the Night of Southern California. Donations were provided by Peekay as well as intimate apparel companies Dreamgirl International, Seven ’til Midnight, Coquette and Biatta Intimates.
Since the company’s founding 30 years ago, Peekay has focused on supporting women and children in need as well as giving back to its community. "Victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence need to know that someone cares," stated Heppenstall. "This is one small way we help to make that happen ... we are pleased that every year we are able to add more PJ bags."
Peekay, Inc. is the parent company of retail chains Lovers, ConRev and A Touch of Romance, with dozens of locations in California and Washington state.
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