The Host Committee presenting check from New Hope’s Pop-Up Shop to New Hope for Women Development Directors Brandy Dupper-Macy and Brittany Ciccketti. From left to right, Elizabeth May, Hildy Simmons, Susan Hirshberg, Susan Schor, Brandy Dupper-Macy, Brittany Ciccketti and Cathy Landau-Painter. Not pictured, Ily Schofestall, Rachel Zheng, Elisse Walter and Barrie Pribyl.
The Host Committee presenting check from New Hope’s Pop-Up Shop to New Hope for Women Development Directors Brandy Dupper-Macy and Brittany Ciccketti. From left to right, Elizabeth May, Hildy Simmons, Susan Hirshberg, Susan Schor, Brandy Dupper-Macy, Brittany Ciccketti and Cathy Landau-Painter. Not pictured, Ily Schofestall, Rachel Zheng, Elisse Walter and Barrie Pribyl.
More than $15,000 was raised during the “New Hope’s Pop-Up Shop” through their VIP opening on August 20 and the open-to-the-public days on August 21 and 22 at the Yellow Barn in Rockland.

The VIP event included special guest speaker Shannon Kinney from Dream Local Digital, light bites and drinks and first dibs on the more than $30,000 worth of merchandise contributed by Admiral’s Buttons, Black Parrot, City Drawers, House of Logan, iConcepta, Justine Consignment Boutique, Leonard’s, Linda Leonard, Stonefish, Sugar Tools, Surroundings, Grasshopper Shop of Rockland, The Right Stuff, and Theo B. Camisole. Fashionista sponsors included Joanne Bander, Sue Bramhall, Linda Crawford, Susan Deutsch, Carol Eisenberg, Susan Hirshberg, Martha Jones, Shelley Kushner, Cathy Landau-Painter, Elizabeth May, Wendy Rapaport, Susan Schor, Ily Shofestall, Hildy Simmons, Elisse Walter and Barbara Wexler.

This event would not have been possible without our generous sponsors: Grasshopper Shop of Rockland, Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors (Polly Saltonstall and John Hanson), Camden Dermatology & Mohs Surgery, Northeast Transport, Rockport Automotive, Rockport Steel, Coyote Moon, Blue Cloud Farm, Hannaford, Soma, Amtrak Downeaster, Green with Envy Salon, Lie-Nielson Toolworks, RFB Advertising, LLC, The Dancing Elephant, The Wine Sellers and Viking, Inc.

New Hope for Women is the domestic violence resource center serving Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Knox and Waldo counties. For those experiencing domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking and in need of assistance, please call 1-800-522-3304. For more general information about New Hope for Women and how it is working to eradicate domestic violence, visit www.newhopeforwomen.org.