Meg Luke, Laurence London and Jennifer Stein with all the warm clothing for children collected.


Erin London hosted a “Girls’ Night Out Benefit” for Prevent Child Abuse Habersham on Thursday, December 7, at Sweet Breads Restaurant in downtown Demorest. Guests were asked to bring winter accessories such as gloves, hats, scarves and warm garments for children (ages 2 and up). It was a beautiful evening with delicious food, a scarf tying class, winter accessorizing tips and holiday shopping deals.

We will distribute these items to our at-risk familes and the surplus will be given to Family Connection’s Coat Drive. Many children will stay warm this winter thanks to Erin London and their supporters’ involvement. Pictured (right) with all the donations collected are Meg Luke, VP of Retail and Laurence London, one of the owners of Erin London. Meg and Laurence are excited to do future projects to help support Prevent Child Abuse Habersham and all of our efforts that invest in the lives of families in Northeast Georgia.