Exhibitors & Vendors 2022

Non-Profit Exhibitors

Welcome Booth –– Information about Buckingham Friends Meeting and the Peace Fair. (

A Woman’s Place –– Bucks County’s only domestic violence response organization that provides comprehensive services to survivors of intimate and familial violence as we well as prevention education to the community. (24-hour hotline: 800-220-8116;

Awaken Center for Human Evolution –– Holistic and inspirational events and children’s books. (

Arrows 4 American Indians –– Protecting, preserving, promoting and providing for first peoples in the United States. (267-808-0809;

Bandar and Bhaaloo –– A local non-profit that helps girls in India finish high school by repurposing donated saris into stuffed animals, bags and beads. Stop at their table or contact them to volunteer, donate or purchase. (; 267-885-8882)

Books From Plumstead Friends Meeting –– Books by Plumstead Friends Meeting members, as well as a children’s bookmark making craft focusing on flowers, peace doves and history. (

Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve –– Increasing the knowledge and use of native plants by serving as a sanctuary and an educational resource and destination that inspires conservation action. (215-862-2924;; Facebook, Instagram; Twitter)

Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center –– Information on community and health programs. (610-347-9988;

Bryn Gweled Homesteads –– A cooperative community in its 80th year of families who have their own self-government. Individual lots are cared for by leaseholders, while volunteers tend the common land, community center, pool, gardens, pond and trails. They have a tradition of inviting all ethnicities to become members. (215-485-8212;; Facebook)

Buckingham Friends School –– A Quaker day school for K-8 students, founded in 1794. Guided by Quaker tradition, BFS students are encouraged to think deeply, reflect thoughtfully, resolve conflicts peacefully, and play exuberantly. (215-794-7491;

Bucks County Children and Youth Social Services –– Looking for foster parents and volunteers to work with children and families. Stop by their table for a free toy and information on keeping children safe. (215-348-6922;; Facebook: Bucks County Government; Instagram; TikTok; Twitter)

Bucks County Center for Independent Living –– A cross-disability non-profit. Core services include information and referral, peer support, independent living skills training, advocacy, and transition. (; 215-781-5070)

Bucks Learning Cooperative –– A self-directed learning center that helps teenagers live and learn without school. The staff supports teens as they create personalized educations based on their interests, strengths, and goals. (; 215-512-0707; Facebook.)

Bucks County NAACP –– The mission of the NAACP is to ensure educational, social and economic equality of rights for all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and discrimination for all. (Facebook; Twitter @bucksnaacp)

Bucks Quarterly Meeting of Friends –– Information on Quakers and Quakerism in the Bucks County area and points north and east. (; Facebook)

Camp Onas –– Summer and year-round programs, ages 7-13, in Ottsville, PA. Learn about the role of camping in youth development. (610-847-5858;; Facebook; Instagram)

Cease Fire PA –– Working with police chiefs, mayors, faith leaders and others through education, organizing and advocacy to reduce gun violence, stop the flow of illegal guns and keep guns out of the hands of those who should not have them. (215-923-3151;; Facebook; Twitter)

Conversations with a Friendly Vegan –– Why are you vegan? Where do you get your protein? Why do vegans seem so “judgey”? Ask these and any other questions in a safe, no-judgment, no agenda space. (; Facebook)

Cranaleith Spiritual Center –– Offering spiritual retreats, programs, spiritual direction, and event space on their tree-filled, ten acre campus in Northeast Philadelphia. (; Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)

Falun Dafa Philadelphia –– Peaceful Qigong exercises of Falun Dafa, an energy practice based on the principles of truthfulness, compassion and tolerance. (

FCNL –– The Friends Committee on National Legislation is a national, nonpartisan Quaker organization that lobbies Congress for peace, justice and environmental stewardship. The Bucks County Advocacy Team will be on hand to answer questions and pass out brochures. (

GLSEN Bucks County –– Information on LGBTQ student rights and inclusive practices for schools. (; 267-342-3376; Facebook, Instagram; Twitter)

Holly’s Helpers (Middletown Friends) –– A selection of pet-friendly items created by the youth of Middletown Friends Meeting, with all proceeds donated to charity. This table is in honor of the late Holly DiMicco, a great supporter of the Peace Fair. (

Immigrant Rights Action –– Educating and organizing immigrants and allies with the goal of building relationships and empowering change by connecting to community services and available resources, and assisting with small grants to offset the cost of immigration attorney fees. (; Facebook; 267-935-9425)

John Woolman Memorial Association –– An exhibition of the life and writings of one of Colonial America’s leading Quaker abolitionists John Woolman (1720-1772), who dedicated his life to God, peace, social and economic justice, and the abolition of slavery. (; 609-267-3226; Facebook)

LEPOCO Peace Center –– Actively working for Peace & Justice for over 55 years. Its booth has buttons, bumper stickers, literature, cards, pamphlets and more on a wide range of peace and justice issues on which LEPOCO members work. (610-691-8730;; Facebook)

NOVA –– A comprehensive crime victim agency serving victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes in Bucks County. NOVA provides supportive counseling and advocacy for victims of crime and their families, as well as prevention education and awareness programs in schools and to community groups, faith-based groups and business and professional groups. Services are free and confidential. (; hotline 1-800-675-6900)

New Pennsylvania Project –– Founded in 2021 to expand Pennsylvania’s electorate to reflect our demographically changing population. Engages and empowers young residents and those living in underrepresented or neglected communities of color and immigrant communities to vote, providing education about the issues that matter in their neighborhoods and mobilizing them to vote in every election--twice a year. (; Facebook; Twitter; Instagram)

Noah Bright –– BFS 8th grader raising money to support Team Rosica U-Knighted Against ALS. Bryan Rosica, guidance counselor at Buckingham Elementary School, was recently diagnosed with ALS. He has been the inspiration to many students over the years, including Noah Bright, who will be performing songs to honor him and raise money for his treatment and care. (; Facebook)

Office of State Senator Steve Santarsiero –– Providing a variety of brochures on various state services. (; Facebook: Sen. Steve Santarsiero)

The Peace Center –– The Peace Center and the Bullying Resource Center help address conflict and injustice, and prevent racism, violence and intolerance in Bucks County and beyond. (215-750-7220;

Sea Shepherd NYC –– An international, non-profit marine conservation organization engaging in direct action campaigns to defend wildlife and conserve and protect the world’s oceans from illegal exploitation and environmental destruction. (;; Facebook)

United Nations Association of Bucks County –– The UN Heritage Tent displays cultures from countries around the world. Join us for conversation, dances and songs. (

YWCA Bucks County –– Information on the Bucks County chapter of the YWCA, dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. (215-953-7793;

Services, Crafts, Art and Vendors

Alpaca Comforts –– A thoughtfully curated collection of exceptionally warm and soft alpaca essentials, including dryer balls, handmade of 100% felted alpaca fiber in Bucks County, PA. (215-833-4201;

Amy Turner Handweaving –– Handwoven scarves, shawls, table linens, towels, and rugs, all made by Amy Turner. (215-767-0105;;

Frank Huttenlock Wood Turnings –– Local wood turner offering various bowls, plates, servers, ornaments, and weed pot vases using various local trees. (; 215-651-1282)

Himani Patel –– Henna artist offering organic henna tattoos.

The Indigo Sanctuary –– Rockhounds, lapidary artists and sound healers, offering gemstones and singing bowls. (610-937-0931;;; Instagram; TikTok; Facebook)

Knit 1 Bead Too! –– A collection of knit and beaded crafts. All proceeds will be donated to reproductive health and immigrant rights organizations. (

Kona Compost Co. –– A woman-owned compost collection service providing Bucks County residents an easy way to reduce food waste. (; Facebook; Instagram)

Madison’s Ceramics –– Handmade pottery, including cups, mugs, bowls and plates, which incorporate hand carved surface designs with bright colors to create unique pieces of tableware; also floral sculptural pieces. (; Instagram: morenme13)

Melagrana Home –– An eclectic selection of home decor items, including handmade accessories, artisan wreaths, and fragrant, hand-poured candles to enhance and brighten home and holidays. (

Nature’s Design –– Bonsai, air plants, carnivorous plants, easy-to-grow foliage. (908-782-8264;

Northeast Fudge Bar –– Over 35 flavors of premium small-batch Pennsylvania-made fudge. (; Facebook)

Paige’s Paint Design –– Handcrafted magnets, ornaments, coasters from wood slices, and more. (; open to customizing magnets and ornaments; “You imagine it; I create it!” (215-385-6372;

Pangaea Fair Trade –– Handmade fair trade products by talented artisans using traditional techniques. Primarily produced by Fair Trade Federation members who guarantee fair wages and safe working conditions. (443-956-6906;

Passanante’s Home Services –– A food delivery service specializing in all-natural and organic food. We are customized and carry a wide variety of meats, vegetables and seafood (800-772-7796;

Peace Child Peace –– Dedicated to promoting inner harmony. Feng consultations and various hand-made items: prayer fans, perfume roll-ons, beaded crystals. (;; 609-306-7511)

Pixie Dust Corner –– Noodle boards, door signs, luxury geode art, and sport barstool tables. (215-901-2099)

Sahana –– Clean & simple body care, plant-based and natural, made with organic ingredients; vegan, allergy-friendly treats to sweeten up your day; homemade paper goods. When not crafting, Lori is writing, inspired by the meandering whims of a swiftly tilting planet. (;; 267-408-5979)

Sandra Brozena Arts –– A multi media artist/crafter working with acrylics, batik and stained glass mosaics. (

SC Jewelry –– Crystal and evil eye jewelry; earrings, necklaces and bracelets (313-247-1732; Instagram: Jewelry.bySC)

Schneider Sweets –– Delicious peace dove cookies. (215-527-1565;;; Facebook; Instagram)

Squeeze The Day –– Lemonade shake-ups, made with fresh lemons one at a time.

Vintage Bits & Handmade Bobs –– Handcrafted and upcycled bird feeders, jewelry, key chains, car charms and other beaded crafts, as well as multi-level and serving pieces. Every piece is unique and designed with color and texture for the spirit of the past. (609-529-1033;; Facebook; Instagram)

Willow Wellness & Chiropractic Care of Doylestown –– Offering comprehensive chiropractic care to individuals of all ages and backgrounds, including children and pregnant women. Also provides nutritional support, an infrared sauna, and aromatherapy. (215-692-2438;;; Facebook)