Gifts For Good Community Holiday Gift Faire

Gifts for Good is an annual community holiday gift faire that has raised over $40,000 over the past 6 years for local and global organizations doing good in our community and around the globe. This unique event adds a twist to the traditional gift faire because it allows people an opportunity to purchase beautiful and meaningful gifts while also directly supporting the good work of a local or global project or non-profit organization. Gift cards with that organization’s logo will also be available for those wishing to give a donation as a gift.

There will be a wide variety of Booths representing local and world-wide non-profit agencies each offering unique gift items that are sure to satisfy everyone on your list. There will also be a fantastic selection of beautiful Fair Trade artisan handcrafts as well as Fair Trade coffee, tea, and chocolate for sale.

This fun holiday event also features a special supervised young children’s craft area where they can make their own gifts while you shop. There will also be several Make-it/Take-it crafts (including fresh wreath making) for older kids and adults along with scrumptious refreshments.

Kick off the holiday season by spending the afternoon at the only place in town where you can shop, make gifts, listen to great holiday music, snack on delicious refreshments AND help make our world a better place!!

Note: This is NOT a church fundraiser

When: Sunday December 8, 2013 from 1 to 4:00 pm

Where: First United Methodist Church, Redding
1825 East St. (corner of South and East St.)
Redding, California 96001

Cost: $2/adults Children 12 and under are FREE

Contact Information: Peggy Rebol 530-243-2403


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