Girls Night Out was fun

T.H. Palm & Company on Palm Beach hosted a fun party Thursday night, its 5th annual Girls’ Night Out.

The party, expertly catered by Bingo Café, invited friends of the store and repeat clients to come out for the night, and bring a friend along, to leisurely preview the season’s exciting new gifts, as paired with tastings of international hors d’hoeuvres & cocktails.

The evening was a lot of fun, and most importantly the event helped the island’s community with much-needed funds raised for charity via T.H. Palm & Company’s ongoing journey of world repair, Tikkun Olam, in the words of the ancient Kabala. 

The evening was organized by company associates who used their creativity and spunk to deliver a fantastic affair, as witnessed by our photographer.

T.H. Palm & Company is dedicated to Tikkun Olam, a concept adopted from the Kabala, earmarking resources to making a difference, thinking globally and acting locally.

By shopping at T.H. Palm & Company patrons direct a portion of their purchase price to their preferred charity via an in-store Tikkun Olam community menu.

Tikkun Olam’s community menu calls locals and visitors to come together in support of the following foundations:

Imeldahof, providing foster care to children ages 6-18 since 1954; Fundacion Pa Hende Muhe den Dificultad, Foundation for Abused Women, providing a safe haven and help for victims of spousal abuse since 1995; Stichting Edmund E. Harms Foundation, providing hospice care to terminal cancer patients since 1996; Koningin Wilhelmina Fonds voor de Kankerbestriding op Aruba, Wilhelmina Cancer Foundation, offering support for cancer patients, survivors and their families since 1961; Telefon pa Hubentud Aruba, Teen Telephone Helpline, offering telephone support to youth ages 8 -18 since 2003; Fundacion pa nos Grandinan, Centro Kibrahacha, offering daily recreational activities for the elderly since 1985. Donations, says owner Jodi Tobman-Hagedoorn  are paid out quarterly.

Substantial donations were made in 2008, and Salamander Holdings NV, the mother company of T. H. Palm & Company is confident that again this year the public will be generous helping the island’s not-for-profit foundations, and giving back to the community.

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December 10, 2008
Rona Coster