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Join Ecorazzi in NYC for a Charity Clothing Swap on April 21!

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Earth Day is almost here, and what better way to celebrate than to join your favorite green gossip site (I hope that’s us) for a charity clothing swap in New York City. We’re sponsoring the event along with fashion forward thinkers Girlie Girl Army and Vaute Couture.

Buy your ticket in advance for $12 and save a few bucks. This isn’t your normal smash and grab swap. Everything is hung up and put out so it feels like you’re shopping at a store. Every penny raised goes straight to HEART, an organization that teaches kids about human rights, animal protection and environmental ethics.

The swap will take place on April 21st from 11am – 2pm at Trinity Lower East Side Lutheran Parish in Manhattan. Check out the flier for details! And get your tickets here. Plus, see how great last years was by reading this review on On Earth.

And did we mention there will also be a vegan bake sale? Oh yeah.

Charity Clothing Swap in NYC on April 21 2012

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