East High's Honors Society ran a bake sale and donated all of its proceeds to CSDAV.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
With the calendar flipping into its final month, that means the holiday season is in full swing. St. Mark's Church in Morningside celebrated with it's first ever Christmas Fair.
Inside the church, 25 vendors were selling everything from bags to brownies. Each vendor paid an admission fee to enter, with that money going to the Council on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.
The organization helps limit the impact of violence on children and women, by providing shelter and care during times of crisis. Officials say the fair serves several purposes.
"People can come do their Christmas shopping, get some things they might need for themselves, but also have coffee with their friends and also support CSADV in the process," said Margaret Sanders, executive director for CSADV.
East High's Honors Society ran a bake sale and donated all of its proceeds to CSDAV. Shoppers could also donate $15 to provide a night of shelter.
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