Fashion designer helps Hurricane Irma victims by donating portion of sales to Tampa Bay charities – ABC Action News
LAND O' LAKES, Fla. - Marcy Budwick's first dream to grow to be a style designer got here true.
Over the previous seven years the Land O' Lakes-based mostly Kaiya Designs advanced from an at-dwelling passion for mother buddies right into a customized-match type staple for on-the-go ladies everywhere in the nation.
"I actually simply heart all of my designs round making ladies really feel extra snug," says Budwick, a mom of three/
Her daughter Kaiya is the style home's namesake.
Now it was time for Budwick's different dream.
"I felt the quantity 11-11 simply come to me, and I am like, that is it, I am going to donate $11.11 of each sale that I make to a neighborhood charity," Budwick says, embarking on charitable arm that will mix style and philanthropy.
Her first charity was an Ybor Metropolis help group for victims of intercourse trafficking known as Created. She then started serving to victims of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
Budwick's sales consultant additionally will get to choose private charities, starting from applications that cope with consuming problems to others that deal with postpartum melancholy.
This vacation season will probably be Feeding Tampa Bay that advantages from modern mothers within the space.
"It is gotta be a motion and I gotta give individuals the power to really feel the best way I felt," Budwick says.