FOUR local children aged seven to 11 are selling homemade products at the Berry Market on Sunday, September 7.
For the past few weeks the children have been busy preparing beanbag toys, plants, hair accessories, soap and bath bombs.
Kidpreneur is a non-profit organisation that encourages young kids to start up their very own businesses.
These children are participating in the Kidpreneur $50 Challenge, where kids make and sell homemade products.
The money that they make all goes to a charity of their choice.
The charities chosen for their market stall are RSPCA, World Vision and The Irene Gleeson Foundation.
Part of the Kidpreneur business program is to create your own business name and logo.
So look out for The RJ Bros, Thyme and Mignon at the Berry Market on September 7.
For more information about Club Kidpreneur go to www.clubkidpreneur.com.
For more information about The RJ Bros, Thyme and Mignon at Berry Market contact Suzie on 0419 249 008 or Jan on 0410 687 758.