Tori Ferrari

Tori Ferrari of Butterfly Boutique/Springboard Home.

Feeling as good as you look when you shop… now that is a wonderful shopping experience!  You can find that experience as well as the perfect outfit for that special occasion (or even the everyday occasion) when you shop at the Butterfly Boutique.  Open since 2004, the Butterfly Boutique has been helping you find the perfect outfit at the perfect price while raising funds to support the Springboard Home for Youth in Crisis.

The boutique is located at 3725 W. Ina Road and is filled with new and gently used, fine ladies fashions, jewelry and accessories.  The volunteers that staff the boutique are friendly and helpful, making you feel as though you have a personal shopper at your disposal!  Everyone who works at the boutique volunteer their time to staff the boutique, operated solely to provide you with wonderful fashions at a discounted price while helping to raise scholarship for teen girls who need a fresh start free from drugs and alcohol at the Springboard Home.  

The Springboard Home is a 3-5 month residential program for teen girls struggling with life-controlling issues such as drug and alcohol use, abuse, neglect, running away, prostitution, self-mutilation and much more.   The Springboard Home has been in operation since 1976 and has helped more than 9,000 young people win their personal war on drugs.   The boutique helps in this battle and you can too.  Volunteer.  Donate.  Shop.  Schedule a fashion show. Stop by the Butterfly Boutique and feel as good as you look today.

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