Posted in Triplett & Carothers on April 22, 2021
As a member of The Woman’s Club of Louisville, Roz Carothers participates in the organization’s initiative to collect jewelry that members and friends no longer want or need.
Just before Mother’s Day, donations are taken to Engelhard Elementary School for the students to “purchase” a gift for their mother or caregiver.
The students pay 25 cents for two pieces of jewelry and a gift box. The money collected is given back to the school for its needs.
We invite clients and friends of Triplett & Carothers to donate their unwanted jewelry items throughout the year. Just drop them off or send them to our office and we will be sure your donations get included in the Mother’s Day boutique. Reach out to Roz Carothers here with questions.
The Woman’s Club of Louisville was organized in 1890 by Susan Look Avery. The founders exerted a powerful force in confronting some of the social challenges of the early 19th century. They lobbied and won rights for women-enabling them to own property and have custody of their children in case of a divorce. Learn more here.