NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- The winner of 'The Battle of the Pop-Up' contest at the MacArthur Center has been announced.

The winner: For All Handkind Collective.

The three local artists who founded For All Handkind are offered rent-free space for four months, use of existing mall or store fixtures, and free utilities. They also receive a $500 merchandising package from the center that includes interior signage, table-printed displays, and graphic design services.

Gayle Forman, Kimberly McKinnis, and Kelsie McNair created For All Handkind to give local artists, and emerging makers a platform to sell their handmade goods.

“We are beyond excited to have a place where local artists can connect directly with the community,” says co-founder Kimberly McKinnis. “We also can't wait to bring our hands-on crafting experience to MacArthur Center!”

For All Handkind has previously sold its items online, at craft festivals and at other regional pop-ups. The store will include jewelry, glassware of unique and homegoods.

Five percent of each sale at For All Handkind is donated to a charity.

The new storefront can be found on the second level of the MacArthur Center across from LUSH.

For more information about For All Handkind, click here. For more information about the MacArthur Center, click here.