Loaves & Fishes Alternative Gifts Market

Benefiting local and international non profits
Sunday, December 8
Open: 9:00 am-1:00 pm

Tuton Hall at Trinity Episcopal Church – 60 Church Street

Co-sponsored by
Trinity Episcopal Church
First Presbyterian Church

Trinity Episcopal Church & First Presbyterian Church
Co-sponsor “Loaves & Fishes Alternative Gifts Market”
Sunday, December 8 (9:00AM – 1:00PM)

Hosted at Trinity Episcopal Church’s Tuton Hall (60 Church Street)
Orders received through December 16

Church Street neighbors Trinity Episcopal and First Presbyterian churches are sponsoring the annual “Loaves & Fishes Alternative Gift Market” on Sunday, December 8 (9:00AM-1:00 PM). The event will be hosted at Trinity Episcopal Church’s Tuton Hall (60 Church Street).

“Loaves & Fishes” is an opportunity to purchase a gift that matters to those in need. When you make a purchase you will receive a holiday greeting card, envelope and gift insert that describes the type of donation and who it will benefit. For example, a $5 donation could provide a family with five loaves of bread through Food for Fairview. A $25 donation could help house a woman in the Room in the Inn program of Homeward Bound.

Brochures are available at Trinity and First Presbyterian churches and can also be downloaded at www.fpcasheville.org or www.trinityasheville.org . Pre-orders will not be able to be filled until the day of the market. Orders placed after the market will be received until December 16th. For more information please contact the First Presbyterian Church at 828-253-1431.

The gift market assists the local and international non-profit work of: All Souls Counseling Center, Asheville Youth Mission, BeLoved House, Black Mountain Home for Children & Youth and Families, Child Care Center of First Presbyterian Church, Children First/CIS, Church of the Advocate, Food for Fairview, Haywood Street Congregation, Helen’s Threads of Love, Helpmate, Homeward Bound of WNC, Literacy Council of Buncombe County, Manna FoodBank, Meals On Wheels, Ministry of Hope Women Chaplaincy Program, Pisgah Legal Services, Presbytery of Western North Carolina’s Guatemala partnership, & Trinity Place (program of Caring for Children).

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