Monday, November 16, 2015

Alternative Gift Market at North Decatur Presbyterian Church [Dec 3]

Alternative Gift Market at North Decatur Presbyterian Church 
Saturday, December 5, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm 

 Press Release, Updated 10/30/2015 
 Contact: Becky Evans,, 404 378-5288 

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North Decatur Presbyterian Church invites the Medlock neighborhood to our annual Alternative Gift Market, Saturday, Dec. 5, 10 am to 3 pm. Children’s Craft Corner provided to engage your children while you shop. Shop for fair trade*, environmentally sustainable and reasonably priced holiday gifts, including many new items this year. Gifts for sale include olive oil and beautiful carvings from Palestine; hats, scarves, clothing and gifts from Latin America; delicious soup and cookie mixes made in the U.S. supporting people in transition; rugs and other gifts from local refugee and affordable housing initiatives; beautiful beaded jewelry from Rwanda; Haitian baskets and metal work; fair trade coffee, tea, cocoa and chocolate; and beautiful handmade cards from around the world. Holiday Gift Cards benefiting a birthing center in Guatemala and a school for the Eco Villages community in Haiti will also be sold. 

NDPC is at 611 Medlock Road at the intersection of Medlock, N. Decatur Rd. and Scott blvd. Credit Cards, Checks and Cash payment accepted. Make a difference in the world, one gift at a time! 

 *What is Fair Trade? (text credit: Fair Trade Federation) Fair Trade is an economic partnership based on dialogue, transparency, and respect. Fair trade is not about charity. It is a holistic approach to trade and development that aims to alter the ways in which commerce is conducted, so that trade can empower the poorest of the poor. Fair Trade Organizations seek to create sustainable and positive change in developing and developed countries.