Phoenix Non-Profit All Abilities Disabled Children Marketplace Event Announced

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Phoenix-based non-profit organization Something So Worth It has announced their first annual All Abilities Marketplace event taking place at the Desert Springs Bible Church on Saturday, November 16th from 10:00AM to 1:00PM.

Something So Worth It, a Phoenix-based non-profit organization has announced its first annual All Abilities Marketplace event. The event will take place on Saturday, November 16th from 10:00AM to 1:00PM at the Desert Springs Bible Church in Phoenix, Arizona.

More information can be found by visiting: https://www.somethingsoworthit.org

The All Abilities Marketplace event is free to the public and features vendors who are children and teenagers from 2 to 18 years of age with various forms of disabilities. The event is a chance to celebrate diversity and showcase the many skills of kids with disabilities. Event attendees are invited to walk around the event and shop from the children’s stores, which will be selling a variety of goods.

It’s also a great opportunity for parents and families to teach their children, and the public, about the importance of inclusion. The event will have food trucks and a raffle table.

Current sponsors for the event are Local Trade, Raising AZ Kids, and Phoenix Marketing Co. Anyone who’s interested in sponsoring, donating or volunteering at the event are encouraged to reach out as soon as possible to the event organizers. The event is intended to be 100% inclusive to everyone who wants to get involved.

Free booths are still available for children. Parents are encouraged to fill out a vendor packet on the website as soon as possible or contact event coordinators.

The main mission of the organization is to empower children with permanent disabilities and their families by providing hope, connection, inclusion and education.

Something So Worth It was created by husband and wife team Allison and Bryce Lefebvre who are the parents of two children who live with Spina Bifida. Their main goal with their non-profit organization is to be a ray of sunshine for families who are going through a disability diagnosis.

The Lefebvres are proud to be hosting their first annual All Abilities Marketplace event on November 16th, and they hope it becomes an annual occurrence. Interested parties can find more information and get involved at the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: Allison Lefebvre
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Organization: Something So Worth It
Address: 4727 E Bell Rd, Suite 45 #427, Phoenix, AZ 85032, United States
Phone: +1-602-316-1739
Website: https://www.somethingsoworthit.org/

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