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Here are the businesses participating in Giving Tuesday in Alexandria

It’s Giving Tuesday, and a number of Alexandria businesses are donating a percentage of sales to nonprofits in partnership with the Old Town Business Association.

The following businesses within the association are participating:

  • AR Workshop Alexandria, 1212 King Street
  • Augie’s Mussel House, 1106 King Street
  • Bishop Boutique, 815 King Street
  • Emmy Squared Pizza, 124 King Street
  • Enchanted Florist, 139 S. Fairfax Street
  • fibre space, Beneficiary – Project Knitwell, 1319 Prince Street
  • Holy Cow, Beneficiary – Casa Chirilagua, 2312 Mt Vernon Ave
  • Lilly Pulitizer, Beneficiary – Medstreet, 1123 King Street
  • Lucky Knot, 101 King Street
  • Nerds to Go, 321 S. Washington Street
  • Penny Post, 1201 King Street
  • Pork Barrel BBQ, Beneficiary – Carpenters Shelter, 2312 Mt Vernon Ave
  • Red Barn Mercantile, 1117 King Street
  • Salon DeZen, 118 N. Fayette Street
  • She’s Unique Boutique, 205 King Street
  • Shop Made in Virginia, 1121 King Street
  • Sonoma Cellar, 207 King Street
  • Sushi Bar, Beneficiary – Neighborhood Health, 2312 Mt Vernon Ave
  • Sweet Fire Donnas, Beneficiary – Alive, 510 John Carlyle Street
  • Tequila & Taco, Beneficiary – Animal Welfare League of Alexandria, 540 John Carlyle Street
  • The Dog Park, 705 King Street, Beneficiary – Project Second Chance
  • The Hive, 315 Cameron Street
  • The Hour Shop, 1015 King Street, Beneficiary – Animal Welfare League of Alexandria
  • The Shoe Hive, 127 S. Fairfax Street
  • The Warehouse Restaurant, 214 King Street
  • Three Sisters Boutique, Beneficiary – Medstreet, 213 King Street
  • Twist Boutique, 109 N. Fairfax Street
  • Whiskey & Oyster, Beneficiary – American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, 301 John Carlyle Street

Unless specified, funds from these businesses will go to MedStreet, The Dream Project, The Potomac Conservancy and The Spitfire Club.

The event is part of Shop Small Week in Alexandria, which runs until Dec. 2..

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