The Gift Of Giving

. August 31, 2019.
My Mommy’s Business

The nonprofit It’s My Mommy’s Business has a mission to promote mothers interested in running their own businesses. This summer, they’ve hosted the Toledo Night Market, which brings local businesses together at the Toledo Farmers Market (which is unaffiliated with the series) to support another nonprofit. Their first event, held on June 15, was a rousing success and raised $500 to benefit Read for Literacy, Inc. The next Toledo Night Market will be held from 6-11pm on Saturday, September 14 and will benefit Family House Toledo, dedicated to
empowering families in need.

$5 general admission, $3 for military and seniors, free for kids under 12.
For more information, visit toledonightmarket.com.

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