East Van Roasters chocolate

As we’re now entering the season of gift-giving and indulgent shopping, Median Fundraising is kicking off the inaugural Vancouver Holiday Charity Craft Fair to benefit several key organizations in our community.

Shanti Uganda necklaces

The one-day fair on November 30 will feature unique presents such as genuine hand-made jewelry by women from Shanti Uganda, adorable sock monkeys from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada, and handcrafted locally-made chocolate from East Van Roasters.

This is an excellent way to show appreciation for friends and family while supporting less fortunate parts of the world or contributing to a cure for cancer.

The organizations being featured provide such an amazing contribution to our society; to help minimize their costs, there will also be business vendors selling their products.

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society sock monkeys
The best part? Admission to the charity craft fair is via a $5 suggested donation to cover venue and equipment costs. Median Fundraising will keep $0.00 from this event. Additional donations will go towards Pancreatic Cancer Canada – our nation’s leading research and development center for pancreatic cancer.

If you’re a charity wishing to obtain table space, a business interested in being included, or a consumer requesting more information, please contact Maria via maria@medianfundraising.com

Inaugural Vancouver Holiday Charity Craft Fair
Date: Saturday November 30, 11 am to 2 pm
Venue: BCIT Downtown campus, 555 Seymour Street, Vancouver
Tickets: $5 suggested donation; purchase online via Eventbrite

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