And A Little Hope held its grand opening at 2314 N. Main St., Pearland on June 19. The business sells clothing, accessories and shoes and has operated as an online boutique. The boutique donates a portion of its profits to Streethearts, a nonprofit in Haiti that cares for the street children in Haiti. For more information, visit the business' website.
Local boutique And A Little Hope opens in Pearland
And A Little Hope sells clothing, accessories and shoes and has operated as an online boutique. (Courtesy Pexels)
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