Helping refugee women achieve self-sufficiency through the beauty of handmade crafts
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Tuesday, October 2, 2012
We need help. A lot of help.
The Holiday Sale Season is Approaching!
We Need Your Help!
here at A Little Something wait all year for autumn and the holiday
season: not only is it the time when we get together with friends and
family, and show our gratitude...it's also when churches and other
community organizations host alternative gift fairs that offer fair
trade goods sold by organizations who, like A Little Something, work
with people who may not be as fortunate. A Little Something sells the
great majority of our handcrafted jewelry and textiles in these holiday
sales. Most of the refugee artisans make more than 50% of their sales
from October to December and WE NEED YOU to help!
We split up sales into shifts, so you won't be working all day (unless
you want to!). We deeply appreciate any help you can offer, even if
it's just a couple of hours! We need help with set-up and tear-down,
and then staffing the table and helping customers. It's fun and it's
how the women of A Little Something transform all their hard work
creating earrings, necklaces, or scarves into earned income. If you've
never done a sale before, we'll show you how to do it, so don't be
afraid to jump right in!
Below is the schedule of sales coming up. Please consider giving back this fall and holiday season. Contact us at email@example.com, or call us at 720-295-5563.
Thank you so much!
CreativiTEA Friday Oct 26, 9am-5pm, and Saturday 10/27, 9am-4pm
South Suburban Christian Church
7275 S Broadway, Littleton, CO
Global Gift Fair Saturday Nov 3, 9am-5pm, and Sunday Nov 4, 9am-4pm
Atonement Lutheran Church
6281 W Yale Ave, Lakewood, CO
Christmas Tea & Bazaar Tuesday, Nov 13, 4-7pm
Bear Valley Church
2707 S Lamar St, Denver, CO
World Gift Market Friday Nov 16, 5-8pm; Sat Nov 17, 9am-4pm; and Sun Nov 18 9am-2pm
Universalist Church of Denver
9102 E Amhurst Ave, Unit E, Denver, CO
Shop for a Cause Friday Nov 30, 4-7pm and Sat Dec 1, 10am-4pm
Highline Community Church