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Brookside Businesses Team Up to Donate to the Child Protection Center

The Crestwood Shops at 55th and Brookside Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri, are hosting a festive event called “Holidays at Crestwood” from Thursday through Saturday. The event aims to get people in the holiday spirit while supporting a great cause.

Visitors can see 15 gingerbread houses in the windows of the shopping center, all created by local chefs. Those who are interested can purchase a gingerbread house, with all proceeds going to the Child Protection Center (CPC). Additionally, 10% of all sales at the 16 stores participating in the event over the next three days will be donated to the CPC, helping to further their mission in assisting children who have experienced tragedy.

The Crestwood Shops have been giving back to charities during this holiday event for many years. Cindy Barnhill, the owner of Pear Tree, one of the participating stores, expressed her enthusiasm for the event. She said, “We like to put on these events, especially with organizations like the Child Protection Center. It’s an opportunity for our customers to support small businesses and at the same time supporting a wonderful charity.”

The holiday event begins tonight and runs through Saturday. Attendees can expect to see Santa, enjoy carolers, take sleigh rides, and admire the creative gingerbread houses on display.


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