Published April 22, 2014
Atlanta’s Immaculate Heart of Mary School is opening its doors to aid women and men in the developing world.
There will be fairly traded tea, coffee, chocolate, jewelry, scarves, and other hand-crafted items from farmers and artisans living in developing regions available at the Work of Human Hands Sale on Tuesday, April 29, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the school library. The school is located at 2855 Briarcliff Road, NE, Atlanta.
The sale is part of the Work of Human Hands program, a partnership between Catholic Relief Services and SERRV, nonprofit organizations dedicated to fighting poverty. Every purchase made at the Work of Human Hands Sale enables an artisan or farmer to better provide for the basic necessities of life, to educate her or his children, and to work in a safe environment.
Learn more at www.crsfairtrade.org/crafts.