Our weekly roundup of Wellesley business happenings:
Fastachi to open in time for holiday shopping season
Shop Wellesley First charity auction goes online
The Wellesley Chamber of Commerce will be holding its annual Shop Wellesley First charity auction online for the first time this year.
“The money is being raised for the chamber’s programs for small business, such as advocacy about local issues that impact business, and promotion of local small business to the community,” says Chamber President Maura O’Brien. “Our businesses return value to the community by providing exceptional local merchandise and personalized service. Like all chambers, we charge members annual membership fees, but need to fundraise as well.”
Auction items can be donated through Nov. 29 and bidding runs from Dec. 4-14.
Car dealer a Toys for Tots dropoff
Wellesley Toyota will serve as an official drop-off location for Toys For Tots donations this holiday season. The Toys for Tots program collects new, unwrapped toys and distributes the toys as holiday gifts to less fortunate children throughout the community.
The program is coordinated by the U. S. Marine Corps.
Toys for children ages 0-3 and over seven years of age are particularly needed this
Wellesley Toyota is located at 234 Worcester Street (Route 9) and welcomes toy donations during any hour that the dealership is open.
Wellesley gets a bridal shop
A new bridal wear business has moved into the former Elan Consignments space.
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