Why not treat yourself and help the environment by attending the next fabulous Samui Green Market. This vibrant market is a great place to meet new people, exchange ideas and pick up some organic goods. The next market is on the 13th of March at the Elysia Resort.
Second hand – มือสอง
Do you have second hand books or clothes that you want to clear out?
Donate to the market.
Drop off at Elysia before the market day please 🙂
Do you have something to sell?
Home-grown, home-made and healthy products.
Be a vendor. We ask for a donation from your profits to sustain the market.
Join our community table if you only have a few items.
ยินดี ต้อนรับผู้ผลิตหัวใจสีเขียวทุกท่านที่มีสินค้าเพื่อสุขภาพ รวมถึงผัก ผลไม้ ที่เพาะปลูกในท้องถิ่น มาร่วมเป็นส่วนหนึ่งของ ตลาดสีเขียวเกาะสมุย (Samui Green Market)
New vendors welcome 0869090373 or 086 909 0373
Time to volunteer? เป็นอาสาสมัคร กับเรา
We need people to help with our community table, selling books, setting up, sorting donations.
Call: 0873895673″ or 0818921180
This is YOUR market, come and join us
Funds raised are shared where necessary to support musicians, artists who volunteer for children’s activities, for animal rescue. We also sometimes have to buy tables or boards for the market.
50% of our funds will be donated to support Burmese children at school.
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