Sunday, October 29 • After Each Service • Gym
Join us throughout the day as we raise awareness about justice in the marketplace and promote ethical buying practices. This year’s market will feature artisans with goods from all around the world. From coffee and chocolate, to clothing and jewellery, every purchase you make has an impact!
Our Fair Trade Vendors:
Small World Jewellery – African jewellery; soapstone animals; scarves; greeting cards; wooden animals and Guatamela worry dolls
More than Half – Fair trade clothing and accessories
Sweet Leaf Bath Co – Fair trade certified Bath and body products
Artisan Boutique – Products South America – accessories, jewellery, handbags and décor
Unikati & Co – Jewelry, scarves, and accessories, handmade knit/crochet toys, men’s wallets, bow ties and accessories
Children of Hope Uganda – Ugandan paper jewelry, stuffed animals/sewn crafts and baskets
Rising Out of the Ashes – Note pads, cards, and other paper products from recycled paper as well as rugs from scrap fabric donated from factories in Egypt.
Buy Good. Feel Good. Expo – Interactive activity around social justice
Jewels in a Crown -Semi precious stone jewellery made by women who were in the sex trade
Talis – Ethically Sourced Artisan Silks and Silver from Cambodia and Thailand.
Cambio Market – Thoughtful, responsible goods that empower artisans in Philippines and around the world
Little by Little – Recycled oil drum art, ornaments and jewellery
Ten Thousand Villages – The oldest and largest Fair Trade organization in North America, selling artisan-crafted personal accessories, home decor and gift items from around the globe
CASA Relief – Fair Trade Nicaraguan pottery and Ecuadorian woolens
Psalm 91:1 Accessories – Hand made jewelry inspired by missions to Africa
Big Village – baskets and jewellery
UNAKO – Scarves made by marginalized women in rural Nepal
YWCA Boutique – Fair and ethically traded products