From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., guests will be able to peruse local products and goods made with a mission. Proceeds from the event will support women makers and entrepreneurs from around the globe, and light refreshments will be available as guests shop.
In addition to Indego Africa, vendors at the event include Shea Yeleen, which produces shea butter products and empowers women in West Africa and the U.S.; jewelry brand Heritage Piece that promotes diversity; Purpose Jewelry, whose products are crafted by young women affected by human trafficking; Dreamer and Co, a for-profit jewelry company that works with artisans in the Horn of Africa; She Loves Me, a brick-and-mortar flower shop; and Divine Chocolate, a fair trade company that empowers women in Ghana and is partially owned by the cocoa farmers that provide the brand’s ingredients.
The event is free to attend. For more information, visit wearethelemoncollective.com. // The Lemon Collective: 810 Upshur St., Washington, DC
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