Decatur, AL, October 12, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- To celebrate their third year in business, Cloud 9, a baby and children’s boutique located on historic Bank Street in Downtown Decatur, has decided to give back to the community by participating in a toy donation project with the Neighborhood Christian Center.
For every $100 spent online or in-store from October 15, 2013 (the official third birthday of Cloud 9) through December 2, 2013 (Cyber Monday), Cloud 9 will donate a new toy to the Neighborhood Christian Center’s Christmas Program. Individuals are also welcome to purchase new toys at Cloud 9’s birthday celebration on October 15, 2013 and donate them to the effort. In 2012, over 700 children received toys from the NCC for Christmas.
“I feel so blessed to have my own business where I am in a position to help others,” says Bailey Copeland, Owner of Cloud 9. “I know that my daughter will have plenty of gifts to open on Christmas morning, and I wanted to take this opportunity to help other needy children in Decatur have a wonderful Christmas, too. I chose to work with the NCC because I can literally see the good they do for the community from my business.”
“We are so delighted Cloud 9 chose our organization for this kind of partnership,” said Pamela Bolding, Co-Director of the Neighborhood Christian Center. “We are grateful for the help in providing toys to these needy children. Each year, our list grows and the donations will help us accommodate more families and children.”
About Cloud 9
Cloud 9, a baby and children’s boutique located on historic Bank Street in Downtown Decatur offers the best in baby products from newborn clothing to cribs, and so much more. Started in 2010, the retail location has expanded to include an online store, www.shopcloud9.com.
About the Neighborhood Christian Center
The NCC is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) founded in 1994 by a small group of churches and local businessmen to provide compassionated, Christ-centered ministry to the practical and spiritual needs of the city's poor, envisioning a transformation in the lives of those served, in effect "changing a generation." The NCC helps meet physical and practical needs, and also offers classes, workshops, counseling and prayer. For more information, visit the NCC at www.decaturncc.org.