Down to Earth hosts glassybaby road show benefiting Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank Saturday

  • Wednesday, March 15, 2017 5:29pm
  • Business

Glassybaby, maker of hand-blown glassware and supporter of charitable causes, will host a road show benefiting the Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 18 at Down to Earth Flowers and Gifts, 8096 Railroad Ave., Snoqualmie.

During the road show, the company will donate 10 percent of each purchase to the food bank. Shoppers can also support the food bank by buying online, with the code svfoodbank, through March 25.

All glassybaby products are hand blown in Seattle or Berkeley, Calif. The company was founded in 2001 with a mission to help people, animals, and the planet heal. To date, glassybaby has donated over $6 million to more than 400 nonprofit organizations. Learn more at http://www.glassybaby.com.

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