NEXT SATURDAY 12/12 10am-2pm!!! Join us for a holiday boutique that supports local artists & vendors and local & global mission.
This holiday season, shop local and give back. We are gathering local artisans to sell their goods, for good. There is a $5 ticket fee ($10 early bird 9am) and all entrance fee proceeds will go to City Without Orphans. CWO is a local agency that helps bridge the gap between the needs of foster and orphaned children with the calling and resources of local churches through advocacy, education, support and events.
This boutique will be more than Christmas shopping, it will be supporting an agency that cares for the most vulnerable in our city. Our vendors are creative artists/vendors or small business women, some of whom are raising funds for global missions in Thailand, Haiti, Congo, Ukraine, and more.
Here is a list of our vendors:
Aggie & Dorie
Aggie and Dorie was founded by Jessica Visser and Katie DeManby. They love to restore vintage things (furniture, décor, etc.) to help your house feel like a home.
Website: Aggie And Dorie
Mallory has a way of turning the black and white letters of the Bible into beautiful pieces of art. She will be selling some of her Scripture art and other items.
Website: Pen to My Paper Etsy Shop
Paige is selling, art, coffee mugs, jewelry and more to raise funds for her 11 month mission trip with World Race. She will be headed to India, Nepal, Vietnam, Cambodia, South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Bolivia, Peru, Chile, and Argentina.
Website: World Race: Paige Harris
Dana makes homemade children’s toys to support Hope for Orphans in Ukraine.
Karyn restores and embellishes antique style bottles, frames, crosses, boxes and creates jewelry.
Jessica sells hand poured candles in a variety of scents.
Website: Bella Candella
Morgan, Nicole, and Paige create headbands to sell for “Care for Congo”. Headbands made locally with fabric from the Democratic Republic of Congo and coin purses made by the Congolese women. Headbands and coin purses are $5/each and 100% of proceeds go to the Mitendi Center for women and children in Kinshasa. Ashlyn Downs & Nina Baker
Ashlyn and Nina will be selling Soft Caramel Popcorn for Uganda! EVERY PENNY you give will go towards loving others in UGANDA (one way will be to provide a Christmas meal of goat, beef, motoke, rice, etc. for my new brothers’ family) and beyond! If you can’t make the boutique, you can order here: Homemade Caramel Popcorn
Kimi is passionate about providing you with non-toxic personal care and home products through Ava Anderson.
Website: Ava Anderson: Kimi Wright
doTERRA essential oils consultant
Website: doTerra: Leslie Deese
Kim will be selling Lanna coffee. Lanna Coffee Co works alongside ITDP and the villagers to purchase that coffee, often paying twice the Fair Trade market value. This allows villagers to be self-sustainable while Lanna Coffee Co works to further support the cause by offering this premium product to the U.S. market.
Website: Lanna Coffee
Website: Arbonne: Amy Gogue
Jessica Elrod is the owner and designer of Cavelle Kids. She will be selling her designer children’s clothing that’s made right here in the USA.
Website: Cavelle Kids
Timber and Chain
All pieces of Timber And Chain are handmade by brother and sister team, Ryan Penir, woodworker, and Alisa Hopper, jewelry designer. We have collaborated to make these exquisite little pieces, turning them into one-of-a-kind works of wearable art.
Facebook: Timber and Chain and Ironwood Outfit
Website: Timber and Chain Join us to help our holiday spending go a little further this year and be a blessing to those in our city. Come support creative women using their creativity for good!
Pay $5 entrance fee
Support local artisans & vendors
Spend to care for those in need locally and globally
Shop & give back