What Is EmpowerHER All About?

Surcee, Greenville’s first digital personal shopping site, and Jasmine Road, a local women’s charity, are teaming up this International Women’s Day to host a weekend-long donation event to empower the women of Greenville, SC.

International Women’s Day, 3/8/24, is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality. Surcee and Jasmine Road are tapping into the vibrant community of Greenville’s local businesses and shoppers to benefit South Carolina’s first two-year residential program for adult women survivors of human trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.

It's Time To Clean Out Those Closets For Good.

Participants can choose to donate in two different ways: bring lightly used women’s clothing and accessories to participating local shops or purchase items at the shops and donate them on-site. Accepted items include: 

  • Gently worn women’s clothing
  • Gently used purses, totes, duffle bags and more 
  • Small housewares such as pillows and blankets
  • Unopened “little joys” including bath bombs, skincare masks, and hair accessories

EmpowerHER is designed as a win-win, creating a positive cycle of empowerment and solidarity within the community for all women. By recognizing and addressing the multifaceted aspects of women’s empowerment and the impact of clothing on self-esteem and confidence EmpowerHER provides an avenue for women to contribute, shop with purpose, and promote a sense of community, shared celebration, and empowerment.