Sunday’s Holy City Vintage Market benefits We Are Family


Provided; Shop from local vendors like Embellished Premium Apparel

This Sunday, Sept. 13, Holy City Vintage Market (HCVM) reconvenes its fun, virtual markets with an Instagram market, open 12-3 p.m. Shop HCVM’s Instagram stories for chic threads and goods from a variety of local vintage vendors.

Shop hundreds of items from 20 local vendors including Major Vintage, Runaround Sue Vintage, Embellished Premium Apparel and more. Viewers can shop the story and message individual shops to purchase items and set up contact-free postage/delivery/pickup. 

This Sunday’s market celebrates four years of HCVM bringing together like-minded sustainable fashion vendors. This market is also the third raffle-based fundraiser of the year for HCVM. Proceeds from this weekend’s raffle benefit We Are Family.

We Are Family (WAF) provides affirming spaces for LGBTQI+ and ally youth through direct support, leadership development and community engagement.

You can participate in the WAF raffle all week through midnight this Sunday. To enter, donate directly at waf.org. Each $5 is worth one entry and you can choose from recurring options like annually, semi-annually, quarterly and monthly. Entrants must write “raffle entry” in the comments section of the donation form.

A winner will be drawn on Instagram live with We Are Family and HCVM at noon on Sept. 14. The prize bundle includes items from a dozen vendors including The Fern, The Snail & The Wren, Sage Flower Essentials, Tinted Saga and others.

Learn more about HCVM on Facebook and Instagram pages.

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