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We may have an in-person Fair Trade Fair later this year, but until then you have wonderful fair trade items available to you through the Serrv website. Ordering online gives you a bigger and more diverse selection than you would have in person at the Fair.  Check out the beautiful Spring and Easter items, and glorious new clothing, jewelry and home goods.  But gifts, or buy a little gift for yourself.                                                                                         
When you buy handmade gifts and home decor using the web link below, 20% of your purchase will be donated to Christ Lutheran. Using the URL here (www.serrv.org?a=CHRISTLUTH), all of your orders will be designated to our account. You should see an orange banner at the top of the page indicating that it is our site.                                                             
Two important points:
· Make sure the URL is correctly typed. If you have typed "serrv.org", but the rest is incorrect, you will be sent to the Serrv site, but not to our fundraiser site. The orange banner is a little slow to show up. Note the spelling of SERRV.
· This site may not work via a smart phone.                                                                                                                    
Dedicating to fighting poverty through fair trade since 1949, Serrv International works with nearly 8,000 artisans and farmers in 24 countries to bring you the world's most beautiful handcrafts. #worldofgood. There is a short video that you can access at our Serrv site which gives you a good picture of why, we as a Christian Community, would want to buy Fair Trade products. Check it out!                                                                                                                                   
A win-win situation! Fair Trade promotes:
* Sustainable income
* Safe working conditions
* Education
* Equality
                                                                               
Thank you for your support!