Where to Shop for a Cause in Dallas-Fort Worth This Weekend

IIn need of small retail therapy after that brutal February in Texas? Top stores across Dallas are giving portions of the profits to key local organizations and accepting donations this weekend to help rebuild the state after a historic winter storm.

Highland Park Village boutiques

line, one of the mall’s newest additions, is currently donating 10% of the in-store purchase price to The Family Place (February 22-28).

Vince: Through Sunday, 10% of online and in-store purchases will go to Feeding Texas, a nationwide network of food banks that help replace perished food and alleviate hunger in communities. Make sure to mention “Feeding Texas” at the time of purchase to contribute.

FRAME: Frame has now moved to its new location in the Village and will donate 10% of all online and in-store sales nationwide to Baby2Baby through Saturday, February 27th.

Carolina Herrera: Carolina Herrera helps out alongside Harry and Meghan and is giving back 10% of sales with boutiques in Dallas by the end of February.

Christian Louboutin: The legendary shoe store is donating 10% of its proceeds from this weekend to the North Texas Food Bank.

Rag & Bone: 15% of all boutique sales will be donated to North Texas Food Bank March 3-7.

Bandier: Bandier is organizing a local clothing donation for the benefit of the United People’s Coalition until the end of March. Donations of men’s, women’s and children’s clothing go directly to those who have been displaced or need items from the winter storm.

“Color Equations” at the NorthPark Center in Dallas.

NorthPark Center Stores

In addition to shopping for Neiman Marcus at NorthPark, boutiques such as Diptyque, Rebecca Taylor, Lilly Pulitzer and others donate profits to needy charities in Texas. Visit northparkcenter.com for the latest information on where to shop for any purpose.

N.Eiman Marcus will donate 10% of all sales to a variety of charities through March 2nd. Shop at NorthPark or downtown flagship to support The Family Place, head to Willow Bend to support Minnie’s Food Pantry, and give back to The Big Good when you visit Neiman Marcus’ stores in Clearfork, Fort Worth.

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