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If you’ve been involved in elementary schools, odds are you’re familiar with holiday shops. They’re a fantastic way to build school spirit around the holidays and enable students to purchase gifts for their families.

Unfortunately, most holiday shops are a lot of work for volunteers, offer cheap and junky items, and are overly consumeristic. Until now.

Introducing the Giving Market, a holiday shop like no other. Powered by the team at Booster, the Giving Market is a fun holiday market with high-quality gifts that EVERY student gets to experience.

Here are 5 reasons why your school should host the Giving Market:

1. The Giving Market provides high-quality, curated gifts

Whether it’s our much-loved Dad Hat, Shine Bright coffee mug, or handmade jewelry, parents and family members will actually be glad to receive gifts from the Giving Market.

2. The Giving Market provides gifts that change the world

Everybody loves buying products that also help a worthy cause. That’s why the Giving Market is proud to provide several gifts with a giveback component. So whether it’s supporting women in Zambia through our Handmade Bracelets or children battling cancer through our Headbands of Hope, you can feel great about your purchases.

3. The Giving Market enables every student to participate

No one likes being left out. That’s why we give every student a Giving Dollar they can use to purchase a gift for someone else at the Giving Market.

4. The Giving Market comes with a team member to serve your school

Every Giving Market school is assigned a helpful team member to make sure your program is set up perfectly and runs smoothly. Our program offers a team member in-person or over the phone, depending on your preference and needs.

5. The Giving Market promotes generosity

With our Generosity Challenges of the Day, we provide an engaging curriculum that actually inspires students to live with generosity towards others.

To learn more and bring the Giving Market to your school, visit GivingMarket.com.

But act fast—availability is limited and spots are filling up fast!

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