2010 ALTERNATIVE GIFT MARKET
This year’s Alternative Gift Market will be held on
Sunday, December 5, 2010.
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
You can shop among non-profit organizations to provide charitable donations in honor of friends, family members and associates. At the Alternative Gift Market, you can purchase holiday gifts that help make the world a better placew for all of us.
Fourteen charities are represented here. Theyu each do their part to help contributew to a safer and more just world. Wherever your passion for mission lies, you’ll find a place here to put it into action.
APPALACHIA SERVICE PROJECT
A home repair/home building ministry addressing the housing needs of families living in Appalachia.
BETHANY CHILDREN’S HOME
Providing residential services and counseling for children and adolescents.
CJ FOUNDATION FOR SIDS
Increasing the awareness of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, supporting families and funding research.
CHURCH WORLD SERVICE
Worling to eradicate hunger and poverty and promote peace and justice throughout the world.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Addressing the issues of poverty and the need for assistance in obtaining housing for the poor.
Building sustainable communities in developing countries.
INTERACT-SPRING FORD HS
A service club for youth developing leadership, volunteering, and responsible citizenship.
Providing safe haven for abused women and their children; and building awarenewss about domestic violence in our community.
Assisting those whose needs are not met by other resources to provide hope, dignity and self-reliance for the impoverished, disabled, or ill.
PERKIOMEN WATERSHED CONSERVANCY
Providing environmental education and watershed stewardship and conversation.
RIFT VALLEY ACADEMY/The Murphys
A missionay boarding school located in the great Rift Valley of Kenya, Africa. This school for the children of missionaries enables missionary families to reach and heal those in need in that region.
ST. MARY’S FRANCISCAN SHELTER for homeless families
Providing emergency shelter and assisting homeless families in Southeastern PA.
The Seeing Eye is supported entirely by private, corporate and foundation donations and grants. 100% of your contribution will be devoted to our programs, directly supporting the breeding and training of Seeing Eye dogs and the instruction of our blind students.
Equipping urban children and youth with the skills for life management.