Naples, FL— Tomorrow, FlourishNow, a national non-profit organization based in Naples, seeking to rebuild work, marriage, and the family through local partnerships, will team up with the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) to host its second annual Children’s Business Fair in Naples.
More than 80 budding young business owners and entrepreneurs have registered to sell their creations at the Naples Children’s Business Fair. Last week’s first Children’s Business Fair in Fort. Myers was a success with more than 50 children participating and selling their creations.
Naples Children’s Business Fair
WHO: Young entrepreneurs ages of 6-17 who wants to sell their goods or services
WHEN: Saturday, Mar. 4, 2017
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
9132 Strada Pl., Naples, FL 34108
“Our goal is to show kids there is dignity through meaningful work, creativity, and business. Ultimately, we want these children to become self-sufficient and successful adults who give back and are excited about earning their own income.” said Andrew Brown, Executive Vice President, FlourishNow.
“FlourishNow has been making an incredibly positive impact in our community and we are excited to team up with them for such an awesome event. It is our hope that fairs like this will teach children at an early age the value of hard work,” said Tarren Bragdon, President and CEO, FGA.
This event is opened to the press. If you would like to request an interview, please contact Kristina Ribali at email@example.com or (202) 674-3977.
FlourishNow aims to overcome poverty and strengthen families through meaningful work and relationships by equipping a vital, yet underutilized community resource – volunteers and the local church. FlourishNow leverages believers, faith-based organizations, and proven best practices to restore marriages, families, and entire communities.
For more information on FlourishNow or the business fairs, click here.