Blue Tulip Chocolates announced today that it is holding a raffle to support Harrison House, a WJCS community home, that provides 24/7 hands-on care for people with disabilities. Winners of the raffle will receive a $50.00 box of artisan chocolates.
“With Valentine’s Day, February is one of our busiest months” said Diane Holland, owner of BTC, “and a great time to run a raffle where we will donate a portion of our proceeds to Harrison House. We set it up to be fun. Participants must guess how many candy hearts are in the jar to win. Even our employees don’t know the answer!”
Blue Tulip Chocolates, winner of Best of Westchester and Serendipity’s Top 100, offers handmade artisan chocolates that are fresh, beautiful and created right at their retail shop at 137 Purchase Street in Rye, NY. They are open Tuesday-Saturday from 10 AM -5 PM.
What makes Blue Tulip’s chocolates unique is that they are handmade in small batches for each customer. Diane and her staff create each delicacy by combining exquisite chocolate with the finest ingredients that have mouthwatering flavors like Himalayan Salted Caramel, Hibiscus, Cassis and fresh Madagascar Vanilla bean. Their donated custom work has been seen at many special events in the area, including the United Way, the Kidney & Urology Foundation, Rye Free Reading Room and local school fundraisers.
“It is important that BTC gives back to the community. We receive wonderful support from our Westchester and Connecticut customers. It is a privilege to be able to help Harrison House through chocolate” says Holland, owner and head chocolatier. The raffle runs through Feb 28 and entries require a general purchase at BTC.