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Christmas Host Parties!

Friendly Blog Readers,

If you’re interested in WomenCraft, and want to support our work there’s a fun and easy way for you and your community to get involved.  This holiday season, volunteer for a Christmas Host Party, and you can help WomenCraft improve the livelihoods of our artisans as well as the appearance of your Christmas tree!

New Products for Christmas!
Our new selection of handmade Christmas ornaments direct from the tri-border region of Tanzania combines traditional designs with a modern sense of style, featuring a range of ornaments in colorful African fabrics. For a complete price list, email info@womencraft.org.

How it Works
If you would like to be a Host, please email info@womencraft.org indicating your interest and include your full name and shipping address. WomenCraft will email our Host Party Information Packet to you, which contains all the necessary materials for conducting a successful party at your home, school, church, or other organization.  A standard pre-selected package of 50 ornaments and 3 product samples from our current line will then arrive between mid-October and early November (please let us know if you would like to alter the standard package to better suit your needs). After your sale, we ask that profits be returned to WomenCraft via bank transfer, and unsold products may be returned to the address listed in the information packet.

Connecting in Gratitude
We realize this time of year is often a busy one, but we also believe in the potential of communities to connect for the common good. WomenCraft would like to thank the many of you who have faithfully supported this enterprise thus far. We feel a deep gratitude for your contributions over these many years, and look forward to even greater successes in the years to come. Asante!

Sincerely,

Megan and the WomenCraft Team

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One response

  1. Peggy Stalheim

    Yes, my friend and I decided today to do this together. I’ll e-mail to WomenCraft then. Cute ornaments! I think some can go on packages, too.

    September 9, 2010 at 11:26 pm

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