Rose JP Relief Fund

#SmallBusinessRelief As of March 23rd, our six-month-old storefront has been closed due to COVID-19 & must continue to be until at least May 4th.

As the first Latino-owned consignment store in Boston, we are committed not only to reduce textile waste but also to create an inclusive environment &  community for women to be supported in. We feel blessed to be in Jamaica Plain and be able to support other entrepreneurs with a space to showcase and sell their products/services.

At the same time, we wouldn't have a store without our suppliers; our consignors. We have learned that many of them are currently facing unemployment as many industries have been forced to closed including John's (co-founder/husband) who is a massage therapist. We have slowly transitioned our business online by actively posting inventory on instagram and now having an online store but we truly rely on our on-going store events and foot traffic. 

We are so grateful for everyone's continuous support and the resources made available to small businesses during these uncertain times. Contributing to our gofundme campaign will not only qualify us for a matching grant of $500 from their #SmallBusinessRelief fund, but as a way to give back we will order and giveaway 100 reusable face masks from the women who are handmaking them in our community.

We are all in this together! Thank you so much for your generosity. 

-Carina, John & Rose ♡

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    • $500 
    • 16 d
  • Jessica Sanon 
    • $25 
    • 26 d
  • Susan Elsbree 
    • $35 
    • 28 d
  • Lynn Waskelis 
    • $20 
    • 29 d
  • Melinda Fried 
    • $10 
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Carina Lopez 
Jamaica Plain, MA
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