I kept seeing this on Pinterest and tucked it away in my memory as something that would be cool to do. I love the idea of buying products that benefit people’s lives and while I know some organizations, I wanted to learn more. So, I finally signed up!
Why I recommend it:
- Socially conscious brands
- Learning about new charities/businesses
- Beautiful packaging
- Variety of products
First of all how BEAUTIFUL is the shipping box it comes in? I love it! Packaging is a huge plus when buying online and it was such a joy to get it. I’m thinking about recycling it for storage in my room.
Here are some of the products I received in the Spring Box:
Altru: Hand sewn “Stay true” Canvas Pennant created by female artisans in India.
Lili Arnold: Be You Print by local CA artist.
THX: Each candle is hand-poured by a young adult with special needs. And the facility helps them learn life-skills and training.
This Bar Saves Lives: Each bar provides a food packet to a hungry child.
Braid: Each purchase helps provide for homeless children.
Sasa Designs: Each purchase provides long term employment and empowerment
Altru: This was the first thing I saw as I opened the box. I love it. I can’t wait to hang it up.
Lili Arnold: I plan to hang this up in my office at work.
THX: I love candles. This one smells great and I kid you not, when I read the lid my heart leapt. My brother is Schizophrenic, and I love that this company provides a service for young adults with special needs.
This Bar Saves Lives: I love this. I like eating Kashi Bars or KIND Bars and I think this serves a better purpose.
Braid: I don’t often spray my linens, but if I wanted to buy Febreeze or something, I would rather purchase this product.
Sasa Designs: I’ve discovered in recent years that my pierced ears do not like metal, so I plan to give these to my mom. I love the idea of supporting a company like this for jewelry if you don’t have allergy issues.
Which product did you like best? Would you use any of these?
To check it out go here.