Thursday, June 26, 2014

The Ana Apple Boutique & Creative Studio to Open this Fall

Ana Apple, a Sacramento children's apparel company, will be opening a retail store & children's art studio this Fall. Help them open their doors to local families!

Ana Apple was established in January 2009 and proudly creates quirky apparel for infants and youth that celebrates childhood whimsy and inspires generosity.

Our products include infant bodysuits & bibs and youth tees & hoodies. We are committed to constructing our products locally using kind materials sourced in the US, such as felt made from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.

At Ana Apple, we believe that even the smallest actions add up to make a significant impact. We regularly contribute to organizations that share our core values of creativity, integrity and community.
Ana Apple was recently named the Grand Prize winner of the Calling All Dreamers competition hosted by the Downtown Sacramento Partnership, which means that Ana's dream of opening her own boutique and children's art studio will come true - in Old Sacramento this Fall! But wait - Ana still needs our help!

The award package includes a $10,000 funding match, which will be invested primarily in space build-outs, substantially increasing inventory and hiring additional employees locally. In order to receive their full match capacity, Ana Apple needs your support to build their available capital!  (Fine Print: They need to raise $10,000).

Ana Apple is offering a variety of donation options (every little bit helps!) - but the best part is that Ana gives something back for every donation that she receives. Donate just $35 and you can get an infant bodysuit, youth tee, or adult tee (your choice) from Ana's classic collection. Read more about Ana Apple and fundraising options by viewing the IndieGoGo Campaign.

As a long time supporter of Ana Apple, I can tell you that Ana is true to her word when she says she plans to give back to the Sacramento community. Ana recently shaved her head as a fundraiser for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, which raises money for children's cancer research. Ana also donated a portion of her sales to help rebuild Sacramento's McKinley Park playground, which burned down in 2012.

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