|Get your Holiday Shopping Done with PULSE & Ten Thousand Villages
Please join us this Wednesday, December 1st from 6:00-8:00pm for a special PULSE gathering at Ten Thousand Villages in Squirrel Hill (5824 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15217) We are looking forward to this opportunity to visit with old and new friends. Check out our flyer and see below some of the great things you can expect at this event:
Beth Glick, current PULSE participant, is placed at Ten Thousand Villages through PULSE this year, contributing hundreds of hours of service to the Pittsburgh community. Featured below are some of her favorite gift items for the holidays from Ten Thousand Villages.
Visit with our eight new PULSE participants
Food and drinks for the holiday season
Gather with PULSE alumni and supporters
Shop at Ten Thousand Villages and a percentage of your purchase will be donated to PULSE
Alpaca Fur: Hat and gloves are from Peru and made of alpaca fur. Only available during the holiday season
: Made in Pakistan by Dominion Traders, a group that works with underprivileged artisans in workshops throughout Pakistan, employing artisans of different religions who work together. Benefits to artisans include profit-sharing, pension plans and medical benefits. Dominion Traders
provides interest-free loans and advances to artisans.
Mountain Tea Light Nativity
: Domed mountain scene features the Holy Family in a Peruvian setting. Top dome, which lifts off, has cut-out stars and circles for candlelight to shine through. Bottom is a dish to hold one tea light. Made by Manos Amigas
in Peru, who works with family workshops and small business groups in impoverished areas of Lima and the in Andean highlands.
Want to support Beth and PULSE, but can't attend? Donate online.
We deeply appreciate your partnership, and look forward to seeing you Wednesday, December 1st from 6:00-8:00pm at Ten Thousand Villages.
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