A benefit for the Stamford-based Domestic Violence Crisis Center and Fairfield County’s Community Foundation will be held at the Nordstrom’s department store at the new Sono Collection mall in Norwalk on Thursday, Oct. 10.
Tickets, for $100, are on sale now, and 100% of the price goes to the two nonprofits. “Attire: Fashionably chic. Complimentary valet will be provided,” Nordstrom said in an announcement.
Ticket holders can enjoy cocktails, appetizers, entertainment and the opportunity to shop at the store the day before it opens to the general public, according to an announcement from the Domestic Violence Crisis Center.
The event runs from 7 to 10 p.m. The mall is located right at Exit 14 off of Interstate 95 (continue straight after the intersection and down the hill to West Avenue, where the Mall is across the street. Anyone driving by on I-95 has seen the large, new building going up.
Nordstrom has announced it will open at the new mall the next day, Friday, Oct. 11. The luxury department store will be one of two anchor retail establishments at the mall (the other is Bloomingdale’s). Some of the other stores in the SoNo Collection mall: Sephora, Soma, J. Jill and Chico’s. The sports bar chain Yard House will also be there.
About the Two Nonprofits
Fairfield County’s Community Foundation
Mission: To promote philanthropy as a means to create change in Fairfield County, focusing on innovative and collaborative solutions to critical issues impacting the community. Learn more.
Domestic Violence Crisis Center
Mission: The Domestic Violence Crisis Center is committed to providing services, support and education for the prevention and elimination of domestic violence in Connecticut and beyond. Learn More.