“I understand the important contributions of small non-profit groups like The Wetlands Project in fostering local historic and environmental resource conservation.” ~ Kimberly R. Abe, Owner of Kimberly Cape Charles L.L.C.
Kimberly Abe “walks the talk” and during the coming weeks, that talk is all about wetlands conservation! The Wetlands Project is pleased to announce that we will be the featured non-profit during the launch of a new product line from Kimberly Cape Charles L.L.C
Stop by the Kimberly Cape Charles booth at “Taste by the Bay” at the Tides Inn in Irvington, Virginia on November 21 to take a look at this exquisite new line of fabrics and toile wallpaper. The beautiful hand-drawn designs are inspired by the historic and natural heritage of the Chesapeake Bay featuring workboats, buildings and working dogs. A percentage of product sales during the event will be donated to The Wetlands Project.
Kimberly Abe has worked with community groups for over 25 years as an architectural historian and county planner, and a background in cultural landscape documentation shines through her designs. The business model developed for Kimberly Cape Charles incorporates a commitment to donate 10% of profits to small, non-profit conservation groups. The company is also licensing individual designs, creating an opportunity for organizations to receive up to 70% of product profits!
Thank you Kimberly ~ for walking the wetlands conservation talk and for your contributions to our community. Good luck with your new venture!
The Wetlands Project is a Virginia corporation and our mission is to create and strengthen programs that create long-term environmental and economic value for protecting fragile wetland ecosystems. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation
For more information please contact info@TheWetlandsProject.org