In 2013, the Bazaar will be actively contributing to these excellent organizations, and we hope our patrons will help as well.
Get your coffee at the Bazaar and help build a home.
Habitat for Humanity
Bring some non-perishable food items and support the local work of:
Shepherds of Good Hope
Purchase a pumpkin or apple cider and support the good international work of:
Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors without Borders (MSF)
Third World Bazaar has closed after another successfull season
Thank you to everyone who visited the barn this year.
We hope that your experience was satisfying and enjoyable.
We look forward to 2014, as we prepare our buying trips to the various corners of the world.
- Alien on Motorcycle (Life size). ChaingMai, Thailand.
Seven weekends in 2014, click here for full 2014 schedule.
MEDICIN SANS FRONTIER - DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS CUSTOMER CHALLENGE 2013
Another strong showing of support for this worthy organization. Money raised by your contributions for the apple cider and puimpkins are as follows;
Customer Donations - $3879.29
Match by TWB Owners - $3879.29
2013' Grand Total - $7758.58
THANK YOU TO EVEYONE WHO CONTRIBUTED in 2013!
SHEPHERDS OF GOOD HOPE FOOD DRIVE
WOW - 100 boxes of food was collected and delivered to the Shepherds of Good Hope over our 8 week period. Anna Silverman, Executive Director of the Shepherds of Good Hope says, "Thank you, to the THIRD WORLD BAZAAR! I cannot express enough gratitude for what you have done for the clients we serve. Without folks like yourselves in the community we could not continue to care for the 1600 people that come through our doors every day. On behalf of everyone here at the Shepherds of Good Hope I thank you!"Anna Silverman
Habitat for Humanity
The coffee sales by Chris Tessier and Jill Woodley generated $2,000 toward the Guatemalan project "30 Stoves for 30 Years". Thank you to all who bought hot coffee and contributed to this wonderful project.
Thank you to our customers for their donations.
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