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TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES OF RALEIGH's Fundraiser:

Help Keep Fair Trade Alive in Raleigh.

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THE STORY:

Locally Grounded. Fairly Traded.

BENEFITING: Ten Thousand Villages, Raleigh 

EVENT: Store Fundraiser to keep Ten Thousand Villages in Raleigh. 

THE STORY: 

Help keep Ten Thousand Villages and Fair Trade in Raleigh. 

$10.00 helps us increase the inventory of the existing artisans in our story. 

$25.00 helps us identify new artisans to bring their products to our local market. 

$50.00 helps us spread the word about fair trade through outreach events and materials. 

$100.00 helps support a staff member of the store to go on learning tour about the artisans and how fair trade is positively affecting their lives and communities. 

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To This Fundraiser

$985

MONEY RAISED
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  • Anonymous

     

  • Karen P

     

  • Rob and Ann O'Hara

     

  • Suz Shenk

     

  • Anne Robie

     

  • TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES OF RALEIGH

     

  • Reed & Elizabeth Altman

     

  • Julia Myers

     

  • Howie Shareff and Barbara Vosk

     

  • Judy Schneider

     

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4% Raised of $25,000 Goal

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The Team: $985 TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

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Fundraiser Title

TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES OF RALEIGH

Amount Raised

$785

 

3% Raised of $25,000 Goal

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Kristine Ashwood

Amount Raised

$200

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Susan O'Neill

Amount Raised

$0

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Manda Holden

Amount Raised

$0

Donor Comments

Judy Schneider

Judy Schneider

4 years ago

Howie Shareff and Barbara Vosk

Howie Shareff and Barbara Vosk

Thank you to 10,000 Villages Raleigh for supporting local and international causes 4 years ago

Julia Myers

Julia Myers

4 years ago

Anne Robie

Anne Robie

4 years ago

Suz Shenk

Suz Shenk

4 years ago

Rob and Ann O'Hara

Rob and Ann O'Hara

4 years ago

Karen P

Karen P

You have a choice when shopping. You can choose locally made products (which are great!), you can choose corporate (hello Target, Walmart, Pier One, etc.) products where sales benefit shareholders who are light years away from the people making the products, or you can choose fair trade. Two of these will have a direct impact on the life of the person who made what you're buying. Please choose wisely. 4 years ago

Anonymous

ANONYMOUS

4 years ago