LulaRoe, LipSense, Premier Jewelry, and It Works were just some of the items for sale at Saturday’s Gabriel Project Vendor Fair.
This is the second year for the fair which was held at the St. James Evangelical Church on Chapline Street in Wheeling.
The proceeds will benefit the Gabriel Project of West Virginia, which is a non-profit organization that aims to make a positive difference in the lives of mothers and babies in need.
“All the money that we have raised by these kind of events or different events in the community helps us to provide to the babies here. We, in our chapter, cover Hancock County down to Tyler, and there’s a whole heck of a lot of need. We really need to have the support of the community to be able to take care of those babies,” said Faith Hicks, Chapter Coordinator for the Northern Panhandle Gabriel Project of West Virginia.
The Ohio County Sheriff’s Office also was on hand to install and check car seats and complete fingerprinting kits for children.
If you missed the event but would like to support the Gabriel Project or are in need of their services, just give them a call at 304-639-5039.