Casa Teresa Announces its "Shop for the Babies" Fundraiser Scheduled to be Held at Johnny Jeans

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This ‘Shop for the Babies’ fundraising event at Johnny Jeans helps the Casa Teresa Central Guild provide for daily program and support for the moms and babies who call Casa Teresa home.

Casa Teresa, a non-profit organization that provides temporary home and comprehensive support for pregnant women and their babies, is pleased to announce that the group will be holding a “Shop for the Babies” fundraiser on Thursday, November 5th at Johnny Jeans located at 403 El Camino Real in the heart of downtown Tustin.

“This ‘Shop for the Babies’ fundraising event at Johnny Jeans helps the Casa Teresa Central Guild provide for daily program and support for the moms and babies who call Casa Teresa home. It will also help the guild fund many of our upcoming initiatives,” commented Nadine Peabody, President of the Casa Teresa Central Guild. “We thank Brenda, the owner of Johnny Jeans, for her support, open heart and generosity. Without her – we couldn’t do this event.”

“We are pleased to help support the efforts of Casa Teresa, to serve the community that so generously supports us every day,” said Johnny Jean Owner Brenda Cohen.

The “Shop for the Babies” fundraising event starts at 5:00pm and is scheduled to end at 7:00pm. During this two hour window, models will be showcasing some of Johnny Jean’s latest fashions as participants will be sipping on drinks and enjoying complimentary appetizers. Johnny Jeans will be donating 20% of everything purchased from today until the “Shop for the Babies” fundraising event.

“This fun and social event is perfectly timed for holiday shopping. I encourage people to start their shopping early and support a wonderful cause,” added Peabody.

About Johnny Jeans:

Johnny Jeans started as an idea in 2007 when they noticed there were no stores specifically focused on selling jeans or casual wear for both women and men. It might sound crazy, but most people are busy with telecommuting, working, kids, soccer, baseball, Pilates, ballet lessons and more. Life just got too busy to be dressed up all the time!

However, everybody still wants to look amazing. That's where Johnny Jeans come in; Johnny Jeans offers uncomplicated casual attire for both work and play. Lifestyles do not warrant getting dressed up all the time for work anymore, so out goes the suits, in comes casual dressing. The company knew if they carried jeans they would have to sell tops, bottoms, handbags, jewelry, shoes, skirts and dresses, because a girl has to have a gorgeous looking going out dress!

Johnny Jeans shops around the world to bring you the best that every country has to offer from Made in USA made jeans, dresses, tops, lounge wear, pants and handmade jewelry from local artists. Silk dresses from Italy, leather handbags and belts from Argentina, handmade shoes and boots from Mexico and raw Japanese denim jeans for men. You will find a large portion of our offerings are proudly made in America with most being made in our back yard of Los Angeles! For information on Johnny Jeans visit the company website at http://www.

About Casa Teresa:
Casa Teresa provides a loving and supportive family home to pregnant women and their babies facing difficult circumstances, giving them hope and a future. With a trusted and compassionate team of professionals and a proven Residential Program, our mothers learn lifelong skills to redirect their lives, create families that thrive and give in return.

Founded in 1976, Casa Teresa is deeply rooted in the Orange County community. Our programs have positively impacted the lives of over 6,000 mothers and their children, and we cherish each and every one of our families as they progress towards full, loving and rewarding futures.

Please contact Casa Teresa at (714) 538-4860 or visit us at for more information.

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