Matilda Jane Clothing Seeks Savannah Area Nonprofits for Philanthropic Program

Company Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2015 Janes Give Back Program.

(SAVANNAH, GA) Robyn Shirley, Independent Trunk Keeper with Matilda Jane Clothing is seeking is seeking qualified Savannah nonprofit organizations to enroll in the company’s Fall 2015 Janes Give Back Program. This effort directs a portion of sales to qualifying charities during shows scheduled during the week of October 22-29.

“Philanthropy is at the heart of Matilda Jane Clothing and we are excited to reach out to Savannah area nonprofits and share this exciting program with them,” said Robyn Shirley, Savannah area Team Leader and Trunk Keeper. “The program is a direct result of our independent Trunk Keepers asking for the company to support them in their efforts to help charitable organizations.”

In the previous Janes Give Back Program, held this past spring, local Trunk Keepers presented a check for more than $1,000 to Pritchardville Elementary School in Bluffton, SC. They also hosted a Mother-Daughter Chari-TEA and presented a check for $500 to the Next Generation’s Angel Wings campaign for a special neonatal unit transport ambulance for The Children’s Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center.

Organizations wishing to apply for the Fall 2015 Janes Give Back Program must be qualified charitable agencies per IRS publication 526. Examples include nonprofit charities, nonprofit educational organizations, nonprofit hospitals and religious organizations.

“With a maximum donation level of 20%, this is a perfect time to invite everyone you know to a show, because the level of participation drives the donation level,” Shirley added. “Matilda Jane also will be randomly drawing one Trunk Show to win a $1,000 bonus contribution, and I would love it if we could present that check right here in the Savannah area.”

For more information and to apply for the program, call Robyn Shirley at 843-384-3842 or email

Matilda Jane Clothing (MJC) was founded by Denise DeMarchis in 2006 as a kitchen table startup that has quickly grown into a national children’s clothing business. Available in girls and adult sizes with designs that are youthful, playful and expressive, the brand’s whimsical approach to texture, pattern and color results in designs that capture the spirit and imagination of childhood. MJC sales are made directly though a Trunk Keeper, a representative who gets to know her customers personally. The exclusive sale of clothing by Trunk Keepers is a direct selling model allowing business opportunities for entrepreneurial women driven by creativity and relationship building. For more information, visit

For more information, contact:
Robyn Shirley
Team Leader & Trunk Keeper
Matilda Jane Clothing

Media inquiries, contact:
Cecilia Russo
Cecilia Russo Marketing, LLC


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