Alysa Teichman recently celebrated one year since the opening of jewelry store and piercing studio concept Wildlike in the Shops of Highland Park with a celebration that also supported The Birthday Party Project, a nonprofit that works to create birthday party memories for homeless children.
“The Birthday Party Project just makes you smile when you say it,” Teichman says. “The concept is brilliant and I’ve been wanting to be a part of it, so I can’t think of a better way for Wildlike to support the mission and volunteer together as a team too.”
“Wildlike is all about celebrating individuality and marking major life moments-which is exactly what The Birthday Party Project aims to do,” said Paige Chenault, founder of The Birthday Party Project. “We feel fortunate to have such a partner to carry out our mission of making sure children feel seen, known, and celebrated on their birthday. Wildlike’s community is such a force for good, and we are thankful to be part of it.”
Teichman, whose parents founded Ylang 23 in 1985, has a track record of supporting local nonprofits, serving on the board of Jubilee Park Community Center, and as co-chair for 2022’s Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas’ Annual Dallas Awards. Additionally, Teichman and her family have historically supported Dallas Holocaust Human Rights Museum, North Texas Food Bank, and The Family Place.
Teichman says she’s eyeing Wildlike’s potential expansion in other markets in the coming months and years.
For more information, visit Wildlike’s website.