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Heart the Mart! Kansas City Junior League Holiday Mart


Since 1988, Holiday Mart has helped raise nearly $10 million for Kansas City community projects and the League’s mission of promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving our community.

If that’s not enough for you to heart the Mart, what about these top reasons?
•More than 200 specialty retailers make this upscale shopping extravaganza a beloved fall tradition. From super cute t-shirts and sweaters, to sweets and treats, home goods and more! There isn’t a better place to shop for a cause!
•The four-day event includes a Ladies Night Out (LNO), so gather your girlfriends and join us Friday, October 21st from 5-9 p.m. During LNO you’ll enjoy a buffet dinner, desserts and drinks – along with access to a relaxation lounge to get you re-energized and music to keep you moving. Oh – and one more thing, every LNO patron receives a swag bag with specialty items from local vendors, including Love Letters.
•It’s an annual tradition for families and friends! Scores of mothers, daughters, friends – even fathers and husbands look forward to shopping at the League’s largest fundraiser year after year.
•Funds raised in 2016 will go toward the League’s work in our community with Avenue of Life, Connections to Success, Kansas City Hospice / Solace House, MOCSA, Rose Brooks Center, Samuel Rodgers Health Center, Sunflower House, Urban Neighborhood Initiative, the Women’s Foundation and the Women’s Employment Network.

Join us for the 29th annual Holiday Mart the weekend of October 20 – 23 at Bartle Hall and heart the Mart!

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This entry was posted on September 20, 2016 by in Community Impact.
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