2015 marketplace

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it is simply festively fun!

you're invited to the

3rd annual marketplace

a local and global holiday experience

saturday afternoon from 2-5

november 14

my home at 126 cayuga avenue, san francisco.

{glen park BART stop. plenty of street parking on Still Street}

9 local artists will have their treasures on display
all throughout our home
for you to purchase.
and every purchase has a cause.
a cause that betters our world. our city.
for the hope and peace and health of all.
here's the list of local vendors and their causes:

Come Plum Photo and Design

Praise Santos, Vendor

custom handlettered goods (calendars and made to order hand lettered posters/art) Proceeds: www.joybox.org $10-$40

3 Peeps Handbags

Sally and Thea Lasan, Vendors

A collection of handcrafted shoulder bags and totes made with almost 100% recycled/repurposed materials from SF's own SCRAP. Proceeds go to Waterforsouthsudan.org $20-$40

Himalayas By Hand

Bekah Crane, Vendor

non profit that helps refugee women in Oakland to showcase their skills and handmade accessories Proceeds go directly to artisan from Nepal and Bhutan $5-$45


Claire Xue, Vendor Fashion Jewelry provides finical supports to Chinese Orphans. Proceeds: New hope foundation Price range: $19-$30

Mary Kay

Bridget Caracciolo, Vendor makeup and skin care products Proceeds: A Woman's Place right here in San Francisco $7-$199


Marissa Marin, Vendor unique collection of handmade home decor including succulent arrangements, burned wood (pyrography), canvas and chalkboard art. Doterra oils also available. Proceeds: Lava Mae (Their mission is to deliver dignity and unlock opportunity for those experiencing homelessness - one mobile shower at a time.



Mandy Rogers, Vendor Vinyl nail wraps in a large variety of designs, nail lacquer, gel enamel, and hand/nail care products Proceeds: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital $10-$120

Pearl House, Think Outside the Box Kid's Tees

Shauna Pilgreen, Vendor Organic and fair trade kid tees and bracelets Proceeds go back to India. to women who have jobs now that they are freed from trafficking; also the Pearl House girls home in Ghana $20

Sari Bari

Melissa Jantz, Vendor Handmade bags and throws made from vintage saris Proceeds go to provide freedom to women who are trapped in the sex trade. $10-$110

click here to RSVP!
and if that's not 9 enough good reasons to come and bring a friend or two,
there will be hot drinks and warm cookies and holiday music!
get the best gifts and an early start on holiday shopping.
and come and enjoy a relaxing and festive good time.