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Sherman Gift Store Gives Back to Grayson County Charities

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SHERMAN, TX-----  Gifts that give back. That's the main concept behind the Women's Gift Exchange.

Tucked inside Kelly's Square in downtown Sherman, the shop opened in 2010, but recently expanded to a bigger location inside the shopping center.

The non-profit is run by volunteers. The shop sells unique gifts from local and world-renowned artisans and they give 100% of their total profits to Grayson County charities.

"We give back to everybody in Grayson County," Women's Gift Exchange board member Nancy Anderson said. "We try to give to several different charities in cities like Van Alstyne and Whitesboro. We try not to do choose ones in just Sherman and Denison."

The Sherman location is part of the Federation of Women's Exchanges and in total, there are 23 of these shops scattered across the country. 

If you would like to volunteer, you can fill out a volunteer card at the shop. The shop is located at 115 S. Travis St., Sherman, TX.