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This year MCM will join the Day of Donating , a worldwide movement that since 2012 seeks to encourage companies, NGOs and several other types of institutions to join and promote the act of donation, giving new meaning to everything that no longer serves us .

We are a family owned and operated business.

On the 3rd of December, Donation Day, we will promote a special bazaar with different types of donated items. All funds raised will be donated to Casa Florescer , an institution that welcomes transsexual and transvestite women at risk and creates spaces for debate and planning so that they can rebuild their lives, and donations for children will go to Lar Vinícius , a shelter for abandoned children that offers a safe environment with care, medical assistance and access to education.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Cool huh? And to participate is super easy.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Just look carefully at what you have that could be donated to our bazaar and sold. It is always good to remember that you have to ask yourself if your donations are in proper condition for use, okay?

We are a family owned and operated business.

To donate: just schedule a day with your MCM contact to pick up donations at your company between 18 and 29 November or by email .

OK

Toys, clothes, accessories, personal care items (closed and new), electronics, small appliances, bed linen, kitchen utensils, toys, office supplies, books, CDs and DVDs.

Not worth

Broken and non-functioning items; foods; stained, torn or unusable clothing; personal hygiene items.

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But what about the day of the bazaar?

Just arrive, buy and enjoy. In addition to helping with donations, you can buy at the bazaar to promote a culture of reuse (and reduce the disposal of things in good condition) and still have your contribution reverted to Casa Florescer and Lar Vinícius.

We are a family owned and operated business.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Where : Rua Dr. Paulo Vieira, 46.

When : December 3 from 11am to 7pm.

It is normal for things to sometimes lose their meaning over time.
We change, we move on to new life stages and some things are left behind.
But just because something is no longer important to us, it doesn't mean that it cannot have a new meaning for someone else.
Let's re-signify everything that can still make someone happy.