Center for Family Services Perseveres Through Pandemic

The center will host its first-ever virtual Old Bags Luncheon Pop-Up Shop in partnership with Pioneer Linens.

The philanthropic minds at the Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County, Inc. continue to think creatively with respect to the beloved Old Bags Luncheon. To accommodate safety through the coronavirus pandemic while still doing good, the center will launch a virtual Old Bags Luncheon designer handbag Pop-Up Shop in partnership with Pioneer Linens.

“The Pioneer Linens family has been a longtime friend of the center and generously agreed to host the Old Bags Luncheon Pop-Up Shop on their website,” said Director of Special Events, Kristen Bardin.

The sale with the Palm Beach home décor institution will run for the month of July and all proceeds will support the Center for Family Services’ mission to provide assistance and hope to children, families, and adults with behavioral health and educational services.

The first-ever virtual sale will feature more than 80 new and gently used designer handbags from fashion houses like Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, Celine, Prada, Chloé, and more.

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