Fair Trade Night in support of NCBI
Posted by on December 5, 2003
Do Good with Your Shopping Dollars
Support fair trade, prejudice reduction, and resolution of conflict between groups while you shop at
Fair Trade Night, Thurs. Dec. 18 5-8PM
Ten Thousand Villages’ store,
1122 Walnut, Center City Philadelphia
Ten Thousand Villages always sells interesting handcrafts and agricultural products from low income countries. On Fair Trade Night, they will also donate a portion of proceeds from sales to the National Coalition Building Institute
Philadelphia (NCBI Philadelphia).
NCBI Philadelphia is a local chapter of an international non-profit organization dedicated to resolving conflict between groups. NCBI does workshops that teach awareness of diversity and build skills for addressing conflicts. It also helps groups in conflict move towards resolution of their conflicts.
For more information about NCBI, come to Fair Trade Night, see http://www.ncbi.org or contact Lisa Santer: firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-922-0744.
Ten Thousand Villages is a non-profit, self-supporting alternative trading organization. It provides vital fair income to Third World people by marketing their handicrafts and telling their stories in North America. The handicrafts are made of materials from sustainable sources. For more information about Ten
Thousand Villages, see http://tenthousandvillages.com
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