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Holy City Vintage Market to benefit North Charleston's Fresh Future Farm

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Sunday's Holy City Vintage Market raffle will benefit Fresh Future Farm. File/Lauren Petracca/Staff

During the pandemic, the monthly Holy City Vintage Market has continued virtually, and this Sunday's raffle will include items from 18 local businesses and will be raising money for Fresh Future Farm.

Fresh Future Farm is a Black-led nonprofit urban farm and grocery store located in North Charleston that provides education, aims for sustainability and grants local access to fresh, affordable food. 

The virtual market takes place noon-3 p.m. Sunday via participating vendors' and the market's Instagram stories. Leading up to the event, there will be a raffle where $5 buys a chance at a prize bundle from local vendors.

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The prize bundle includes:

  • $50 voucher from Closet Case Thrift
  • Massage from Keystone Chiropractic
  • $25 gift card and dyed sock-and-shorts combo from Tinted Saga
  • Sea salt scrub from Sage Flowers Essentials
  • Self-care box from Motherland Essentials
  • $25 gift card and vintage scarf and pin from Runaround Sue Vintage
  • DIY terrarium kit tray and framed Audubon print from The Fern, The Snail, and The Wren
  • Embroidery kit from artist and seamstress Camela Guevara
  • Vintage lion bank (for Leo season) from Fatty Cat Vintage
  • Art from UJORII Fine Art
  • Recycled glass bracelet from Reflections African Jewelry
  • Bag of homemade dog treats from Malted Mutts
  • More undisclosed gifts

A winner will be chosen at random and announced on Holy City Vintage Market's Instagram Live at 3 p.m. Aug. 3. All money raised from the raffle will go directly to Fresh Future Farm. Last month, the market raised $255 for Carolina Youth Action Project. 

Reach Kalyn Oyer at 843-371-4469. Follow her on Twitter @sound_wavves.

Kalyn Oyer is a Charleston native who covers arts & entertainment and food & bev for The Post and Courier. She's a music festival & concert photographer and used to write about music for the Charleston City Paper, among other publications.