Fall Cleaning Success!

We were very pleased by the turnout for the Fall Cleaning Party Fundraiser!
Despite the hurricane, more than 40 deteremined HappyDoll friends made it to the event.
Mimi's stunning jewelry work brightened up the party room, and once again our friends came with items that didn't quite make their "keep" list, and went home with new found items.
With the help of our supporters, we were able to raise $1, 182.00 from this event!
A big thank you to everyone for coming and supporting the cause.

So, what's our next project? We are excited to announce that we will be collaborating with MIKI HOUSE, a high-end Japanese children's brand.  Stay tuned for more details about this event!

-Help lift the spirits of children in need by donating to


 Fall Cleaning Party

Sunday Oct 28th from 2:30-5:30 pm

1930 Broadway (btw 64th & 65th), Party Room 3rd Floor

What is Mine, is Yours!


$25 tax-deductible donation per person

includes drinks and snacks (cash, checks and credit cards accepted)

Fall is here--Clean out your closet, pick up new wardrobe

And make new friends, all for a good cause!

(Just bring your clean, unwanted clothes, accessories, kitchenware, toys and whatever, only in good condition)


Mimi Johnson (jewelry designer)

We are excited to announce our special guest, Mimi Johnson of Mimi Johnson Design, who will be showcasing her jewelry at the party. Mimi owns her own personal training business Wellmpowered and is a jewelry designer in New York City. You can see her designs at HERE.

10% of the sales will be donated to, including preorder sales. Please contact Mimi directly at to place an order prior to the event. Don’t forget to mention that you are a HappyDoll friend!

If you like Mimi’s work please share her website with your friends on Facebook and Twitter @MJHealthStyle. The 50th person to “like” and “comment” on her Twitter or Facebook page will receive one of her signature designs for free!


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