Carnaby Christmas butterflies for sale, proceeds to benefit charity
Carnaby’s Christmas butterflies are up for sale with proceeds supporting humanitarian aid in the Ukraine.
A festive feature for the key retail and tourist attraction in the heart of London’s West End, the 600 sparkling neon butterflies, which fluttered above its streets across the Christmas season and beyond, will go on sale on 10-11 March between 12-2pm, priced from £5. Proceeds will go to refugee support charity partner Choose Love.
The display, introduced by Carnaby’s owner and operator Shaftesbury, “highlighted butterflies' powerful metaphoric message of spiritual rebirth, transformation, change, hope and life”. So Simon Quayle, Executive Director at Shaftesbury said “this is a great opportunity for visitors to take away a piece of Carnaby history in return for a donation to Choose Love.”
He added: “We are delighted to support Choose Love who are working hard to raise funds for humanitarian aid in the Ukraine and are helping to support refugees worldwide who need crucial life saving funds.”
Philli Boyle, Director of Partnerships at Choose Love, added: “It’s still winter time and the conditions in the places we are working are really tough. Choose Love has raised millions to support refugees and created a movement of people putting love into action around the world and are working to raise funds for humanitarian aid in the Ukraine. This support will be a huge help. Thank you so much to our Carnaby family for always choosing love!”
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