A thoughtfully curated collection of 3-5 goods supporting different causes monthly. Join the movement to create good in the world through this box! Discover nonprofits addressing complex issues, find new causes, and empower others to help create change in our world. Each box contains everyday items with extraordinary purpose. You'll love it!!!
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Each month we get a box featuring a different cause! Our kids love unpacking the box and learning about issues like homelessness, refugees, and clean water. We keep what we love and then pick friends to spread the kindness with too!
I really enjoy getting this box! There are 4 or 5 beautiful, unique, purposeful and ethically-made products with a story behind them. I have not been disappointed. Every month focuses on a different cause. I learn something new each month and feel good knowing that I am supporting important causes around the world.
Love, love, love this company and how they support causes I am interested in. When I opened my box and saw I immediately grabbed the Hope mug and made a cup of tea to drink while reading about the causes I supported. It really made me feel connected to the creators of the goodies in the box. The box itself is sooo cool. Perfect for storage. Feel fortunate to have found Mercantile for Good and really enjoy giving back by simply subscribing. Looking forward to my new box this week.
Our January Be the Change box featured products made by survivors of human trafficking. The box included a mug that said hold onto hope, tea, a clutch, handmade scrunchie and natural lip balm. The box has allowed us to collectively invest $5,194 in causes empowering and providing opportunity to survivors of human trafficking throughout the world.
Our February Be the Change box featured products made by black-owned businesses. The box included handmade jam, a handprinted wall handing that said, 'You are Radient', inspirational pencils, and magical notepad along with a sunshine sticker!
The March Be the Change Box featured products made by those experiencing homelessness. The box included a necklace made by the Giving Keys, Paper Vase Wraps by Lucy Grymes, and a greeting card from Second Story Cards. Each piece was handmade to empower and employ those experiencing homelessness.