Build Your Own Gift Bag
Purchase a seasonal gift bag for only $1 and select any items that you would like in your bag. A fabulous gift could include three different flavors of organic chocolate bars in a gift bag for only $13. Or warm up your favorite loved one this winter with two bags of coffee plus a can of hot cocoa for $32. You can choose as many items as you would like to add to your gift bag!
Our team of volunteers will create a beautiful gift bag for you containing all of the items you have selected. We will add tissue paper and a gift tag to complete your gift bag. If you would like to purchase multiple bags, add this bag to cart and then you will be returned to this page to create your next bag.
If you live in Huron or Sandusky our team will deliver your order to you. Or you may pick up your gift bags and all goodies at the church office during open hours.
Our Fair Trade Shop is sponsored by the St. Peter Peace & Justice Team. We appreciate all of the support you give!
What Is Fair Trade And Why Should I Purchase It?
Fair Trade represents an equitable alternative trade system that empowers small-scale farmers worldwide. Farmers gain greater economic stability allowing them to stay on the land, farm sustainably, and invest in their communities. During COVID-19, farmers are having a harder time staying healthy, feeding their familie, continuing to do the work of planting and harvesting their crops. They need our support now more than ever before.
Our fair trade products come from Just Coffee and Equal Exchange and are sourced from small-scale coffee, tea, cocoa, dairy and olive oil farmer cooperatives worldwide, including the USA. Through fair trade, farmers are better able to support their families, protect the environment, and strengthen their communities.
Purchasing Fair Trade products help to reduce poverty and hunger across the globe.
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From Our Team
The Peace and Justice Team has a long-standing history in our parish of providing educational programs and service outreach to promote social justice. Educational efforts have included programs that have addressed Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si, human trafficking, and immigration. Service projects include year-round Fair Trade Shop featuring coffee and baking products, assisting with the Community Meals program, aid to migrant workers, coordination of monthly food donations to the Huron Helping Hands Food Pantry, and much more.