Three reasons to go to this weekend event.
Three reasons to go
1. This year’s market will offer 21 alternative gift opportunities, all non-profits with a mission to improve quality of life for others. Groups include the Mac Care Pack program for children, the Re-Use It Center, the Haiti Medical Project, Habitat for Humanity, Mt. Hope Sanctuary, Circles of McPherson County, Churches United in Ministry, The Cedars Resident Assistance Fund, Heifer International, PET-Kansas, Trees for Life, CROP/Church World Service, McPherson County Food Bank, Ethiopia Reads, New Community Project, SERRV, Brethren Disaster Ministries, McPherson College Student Service Projects, and On Earth Peace.
2. Music will be provided by Tom Hurst, director of service at McPherson College. Refreshments also will be available.
3. One hundred percent of gifts given will be sent to donors’ specified charities.
Why you should attend:
“It’s a great way to give a meaningful Christmas gift and learn about organizations that help others.”
― Susan Taylor, event coordinator
About the event
When: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday
Where: The Cedars Conference Center, 1021 Cedars Drive, McPherson
Cost: Free entry