Who doesn’t love a happy group of reindeer?
A trio of snowmen Hershey bars?
Popcorn Snowmen and eco friendly reindeer gift tags?
Each makes a unique stocking stuffer or holiday gift while supporting local nonprofits. Please stop in to lend your support at the Alternative Gifts Fair on November 7th in Birmingham. #altgiftsfair
Project Linus Oakland, Detroit Treads, Song and Spirit are just a few of the area nonprofits who will be at the fair. We collectively provide comfort through homemade blankets to children, reclaim and reuse tires to fight poverty and promote interfaith peace, respect and dignity throughout the metro area while providing much needed food and clothing to those in need.
All gifts fair attendees are welcome to visit the Project Linus Oakland table to “Draw A Square” and help Project Linus Oakland make art block quilts. Your “squares” will be made into an art block quilt, a very special gift to comfort a child in need.
Where And When
Alternative Gifts Fair at First Baptist Church of Birmingham, 300 Willits, Birmingham, MI 48009
Saturday, November 7th 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Two hours free parking in City of Birmingham parking lot/decks.
Mosaic Tiles Make A Perfect Gift
Song and Spirit offers mosaic tiles handcrafted by volunteers of all backgrounds, all ages, all interests. Nature, animals, peace, landscapes are just a few of the tile themes – perfect for that hard to buy for friend or family member this holiday season.
Look for Twitter coupon at #altgiftsfair for a 10% off total sale tweet at the Song and Spirit table.
Alternative Gifts Fair Offers Volunteer Opportunities
Looking for a community service project? Learn what the nonprofits have to offer for all ages and all interests. Volunteers are the heart of success for nonprofit organizations and thrive on your support, its’ amazing how paying it forward fosters community success.
Hope to see you Saturday!
Special thanks to the First Baptist Church of Birmingham for providing this opportunity to local non profits and supporting fair trade. Donations of pennies to First Baptist at entrance to fair are appreciated.