The 2nd annual Shopping Extravaganza charity fundraiser will benefit 25 local nonprofits.
Shoppers can receive exclusive discounts on top of daily savings at most of the 50 stores, while Outlets at San Clemente donates $25 for every $35 ticket purchased to a local nonprofit organization of the shopper’s choice. Last year’s inaugural event raised $37,465 to benefit 18 local nonprofits. In addition to exclusive discounts at most of the center’s 50 stores, Shopping Extravaganza includes live entertainment, prizes, gift cards, lunch and wine and craft beer tastings.
“We’re thrilled to be hosting the Shopping Extravaganza event for the second consecutive year to support local nonprofits dedicated to bettering our community,” said Nicky See, marketing director, Outlets at San Clemente. “After last year’s success at our inaugural event, we’re eager to provide customers with another fun opportunity to benefit local charities, all while receiving unique offers and discounts from their favorite retailers.”
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Participating organizations this year include:
Costa Mesa-based Girls on the Run Orange County; Dana Point-based organizations Doheny State Beach Interpretive Association and Fighting For Me; Duarte-based City of Hope; Irvine-based Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; Ladera Ranch-based Laura’s House; Laguna Beach-based Pacific Marine Mammal Center; New York-based organizations Children’s Tumor Foundation and Young Survival Coalition; San Clemente-based organizations Boys & Girls Club of the South Coast Area, Concordia Splash Foundation, Family Assistance Ministries, Pet Project Foundation, San Clemente Christian Schools, San Clemente Sunrise Rotary Club, San Clemente Woman’s Club, SCHS – Wellness & Prevention Center, and Shorecliffs Middle School Educational Foundation; San Juan Capistrano-based organizations Assistance League of Capistrano Valley, Boys & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley, Capistrano Valley Christian Schools, and CORAL 65; and Santa Ana-based organizations CASA of Orange County, Catholic Charities of Orange County, and KidWorks.