Compassion Marketplace Annual Craft Show

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Date(s) - 10/05/2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Hanover High School


     The Compassion Marketplace has joined with the Key Club of Hanover Central High School for the 7th Annual Compassion Marketplace fundraiser, which will be held the first Saturday in October,   from 9 am to 3 pm at Hanover Central High School, 10120 W. 133rd, Cedar Lake, Indiana in the Field House.
     This family friendly event has a lot of excitement for everyone-shop with unique hand crafters and your favorite direct sale companies.  Take a chance at winning great raffle prizes and enjoy lunch from the food booth.

* A & J Specialties, scarves, purses, jewelry, accessories, you’ve seen Tony Before at all the other great shows!uld like to preview more of their designs, please visit their Facebook page. 

The Compassion Marketplace is an annual craft show created to raise money and awareness for God Water, a not for profit organization providing clean water to Liberia, Africa.

     This event takes place each October to raise funds and awareness for God water, a not for profit organization providing clean water to Liberia, Africa. To date, God Water has reached 90 villages in Liberia, Africa and 11, 677 people with safe water and the Gospel.       

      After going to Liberia in 2010 and in 2011, a small group of people from Northwest Indiana saw the pain, sickness and death Liberians face due to lack of safe drinking water and formed God Water as a result. Approximately 50% of this country cannot be reached with well-digging equipment, leaving most communities lacking a safe water source.
     With so much of Liberia forgotten and abandoned, God Water passionately reaches this “unreachable” part of Liberia by providing families with their own water filtration system so their contaminated available water is turned into safe, disease-free water. This simple solution to a catastrophic problem is presented by local Liberian church leaders.
     God Water trains these leaders to educate entire villages how to use their safe water systems to find relief from water-borne illness and to show Christ’s love and saving grace.
     For more information contact Sue Syverson or call 630-247-9455