5 Nov 2015
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
The Sydney event that has been raising money for those in need in for more than a century will again send bargain shoppers into a spin on 5 November, 9:30am – 5pm at Wesley Mission, 220 Pitt St, Sydney.
Wesley Fair will be supporting Wesley Mission’s innovative Mums and Kids Matter program, which supports young mothers with severe and persistent mental illness, enabling them to have their babies and young children with them as they recover.
Each year Wesley Fair brings a bonanza of beautiful jewellery, new designer and pre-loved fashion, fresh-baked foods and a bevy of new and second-hand treasures to Sydney’s CBD. Crowds throng to the Wesley Centre for the community event to look for curiosities, cakes and Christmas gift ideas.
The CEO of Wesley Mission, the Rev Dr Keith Garner, said Wesley Mission, is always keen to engage the public to help with important social programs, this year raising money to help young mothers with mental illness.
“People can come and enjoy all the great food and shopping of Wesley Fair knowing they are helping families who are in real need,” Dr Garner said
“Our primary focus is to provide mental health care and parenting support for mothers in order to improve their quality of life, care giving and family relationships. Proceeds from Wesley Fair will help this vital cause.”
Much of the food, jewellery, toys and home wares on sale at Wesley Fair are handcrafted by volunteers. Everyone is sure to find unique gift ideas.
People from across Sydney donate quality used items for sale to raise money.