Getting down with the Garcettis at the Getty House Holiday Fair

by R.H. Lee December 11, 2017 in Events

Getting down with the Garcettis at the Getty House Holiday Fair

We were thrilled to be included in Engage LA: The Gift of Giving-- a holiday fair hosted by Mayor Garcetti and the Getty House Board of Directors.

Engage LA featured products made by various LA based social enterprises that give opportunities to Angelenos touched by homelessness, domestic violence, and other challenges.

Our team members and artisans had great success selling our hand crafted goods along-side many other inspiring organizations whose work we love, such as; MADE by DWCSkid Row Coffee, LA LGBT Center, Homeboy Industries, The People Concern, Chrysalis and many more.

Thank you to the Getty House for including us in this fantastic pop up holiday fair and to all the wonderful attendees who supported our program.





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