Centreville United Methodist Women’s Holiday Bazaar and Craft Fair 2017
Saturday November 4, 2017 from 9 AM to 3 PM
6400 Old Centreville Rd. Centreville, VA 20121
For information on leasing a space at the 2017 Bazaar, please read through the vendor guidelines and application form below. To learn more information contact email@example.com.
2017 Bazaar Beneficiaries
Western Fairfax Christian Ministries: A Western Fairfax County homelessness prevention effort assisting individuals and families who are struggling in the affordable housing crisis with food pantry and other services www.wfcmva.org (20%)
You Feed Others (UFO) Ministry: An on-going effort to provide week-end food for children in need at local Centreville elementary schools. Supporting Centre Ridge, Deer Park and Bull Run. (15%)
Wesley Housing Development Corporation: The goal of this organization is to develop, own, operate, and maintain affordable housing and to sustain quality communities for low and moderate income individuals in Northern Virginia. www.wesleyhousing.org (15%)
United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR): The international relief agency of the United Methodist Church. Its mission to respond to the vast needs of human suffering worldwide. It was formed in 1940 in response to the horrific violence of World War II. www.umcor.org (10%)
All God’s Children Camp: A camping ministry of Virginia Conference United Methodist Church for children of incarcerated mothers. Alarming statistics show that these children are more likely than their peers to have behavioral problems, to drop out of school, and to face eventual incarceration. www.vaumc.org/agcc (10%)
Henry Fork Service Center: A Virginia Conference United Methodist Church community outreach facility providing summer, after-school, and pre-school programs for children and youth in Franklin County, Virginia, a rural, low-income part of southern Virginia. www.gbgm-umc.org/hfsc (10%)
United Methodist Family Services (Leland House): Provides short-term intervention in a residential setting for youth 12-17 that are in a behavioral or emotional crisis and unable to stay at home. www.umfs.org (10%)
Grace Ministries: Established to address the most pressing material and spiritual needs of low-income immigrants in the region and to empower immigrants to become community leaders. Grace Ministries provides emergency food, clothing, household items, diaper distribution and healthcare information at Centreville United Methodist Church on a monthly basis. www.graceministriesumc.org (5%)
Just Neighbors: provides immigration legal services to low-income immigrants and refugees of all faiths and nationalities in Northern Virginia to help them become contributing members of society. It also fosters mutual understanding between immigrants and the larger community in which they live. www.justneighbors.org (5%)
Donate to the Bazaar
Our Holiday Bazaar and Craft Fair accepts the following donations:
Gently used fashion jewelry of all types. Accepted year-round.
Donations for Silent Auction including: gift certificates to local businesses, goods in new or like-new condition, and services. Accepted year-round.
White Elephant and Book Nook donations are accepted in early November only. They include: gently used household goods and holiday décor; fiction and non-fiction books; music CD’s and vinyl LP’s; VHS, DVD’s, Blu-ray movies.
For more information on donations, contact Centreville United Methodist Women at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message with the church receptionist at 703.830.2684.
Volunteer at the Bazaar
To Volunteer, contact Centreville United Methodist Women at email@example.com or leave a message with the church receptionist at 703.830.2684.
Contact Centreville United Methodist Women at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message with the church receptionist at 703.830.2684.