The “Masquerade Experience the Frenzy Jewelry and Accessories Sale” will be back and better than ever with both an online and live experience. The two-day live event is set for Wednesday and Thursday, April 28 and 29 at Henry County Medical Center. The online event will be hosted Monday, April 12 through Friday, April 30.
The company caters only to hospital auxiliary groups across the south and they are experts at showcasing large volumes of accessories, making a win-win proposal to all involved. Masquerade will have many new items in stock this year including purses, wallets, jewelry, scarves, key chains, college sports memorabilia, and more.
“It has been a very difficult year for the HCMC Auxiliary due to COVID-19,” said Tory Daughrity, Director of Marketing and Public Relations. “COVID-19 has impacted their fundraising for scholarships and donations because no jewelry sales were held in 2020 and the Pink Petal Gift Shop was closed a big majority of the year. Both of these sales will assist them in improving their financial situation and allow them to give to healthcare.”
The in-person sale will be held in HCMC Classrooms 2 & 3. Hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28 and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday, April 29. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted and 20% of all sales go to the hospital’s Auxiliary.
The online sale can be shopped anytime beginning Monday, April 12 through Friday April 30 and can be accessed at https://store.masqueradefundraising.com. If you did not register when this online event was held in the fall, you must register an account online prior to shopping. The Auxiliary will receive 10% of sales from this event.
This is the first in-person jewelry sale since COVID-19. Those who come to shop, you will be asked to wear a mask and social distance to correspond to the visitation rules at HCMC. Times of the sale are also different based on visitation hours. Employees of Henry County Medical Center will be able to shop early and can utilize payroll deduction with both the online and in-person events.
The Volunteer Auxiliary at Henry County Medical Center is comprised of nearly 30 volunteers that serve across the organization. Auxiliary volunteers offer their time, talent and dedication throughout the hospital in patient care and clerical settings. Our volunteers come from unique backgrounds and share the common interest in helping others.
If you would be interested in giving back by becoming a volunteer, we encourage you to contact us for an application. We have many positions to fill and would love to have you join our Volunteer Auxiliary team. Call 731-644-8266 for more information.
For more information, call the HCMC Find Line at 731-644-3463 or check out our website at www.hcmc-tn.org.