I’ve been wondering what the hype is surrounding CAUSEBOX™ and now I know. Recently I received a sample product for review purposes, and boy was I surprised by all of the goodies inside. CAUSEBOX is a subscription box plan which sends out a new box quarterly. Tucked inside of each box is socially conscious products. When you order a CAUSEBOX, it helps provide jobs, meals, education, clean water, and more to countries that are not as fortunate as we are here in the U.S.A.
I’m going to break it all down for you because I don’t want to miss a thing. First though, oodles and oodles of photos.
We’ll start with my Liz Alig upcycled apron. It’s my favorite item in the box and if bought separately, it would cost $42.00. Already you can see how buying a CAUSEBOX helps save money for your favorite things. The apron comes in white and different shades of blue. It’s so adorable, it really makes cooking fun. It’s full sized to keep food off of your clothes while you’re cooking. One size fits all. Ruffles and stripes galore.
“Timeless apron, handmade in Haiti and Ghana from upcycled dress shirts.”
Next up is a Balance Necklace by DOGEARED JEWELRY. I love the timeless simplicity and the fact that the necklace is elegant as well, makes it even more of a fave. Purchased separately, $54. The savings keep racking up and I’m only on the second item.
“Elegant, minimal ‘Balance’ bar necklace, designed in Los Angeles — manufactured according to B-Corporation standards of transparency and ethics.”
And the next item is a Creative Sac from Urbana Sacs. I’ve found so many uses for the sac and I’m sure I’ll find many more over the years. It’s hard to imagine that this is made with washable paper fabric. It’s the cutest thing ever and I’ll be using it for flowers over the cold dreary months when I need a ray of sunshine.$22.00 RV.
“Chic eco-friendly, multi-use storage container, handmade in Los Angeles out of washable paper fabric!”
Included in my CAUSEBOX is a 6 pack of Thank You cards. I always forget to pick them up so they will come in handy when I need one and don’t have time to jot to the store to snag one. They are very beautifully made in a gold finish. These cards are made by GRAMR GRATITUDE CO. If purchased separately, they’d run $16. The cards are blank inside so you can add your own personalized message.
“Six pack of premium thank-you cards, in gold foil, just in time for gratitude season”
I’m a tea person. Mid afternoon is when I kick my feet up and sip on my favorite hot tea brands. I’ve been enjoying my Tea Traveler Pack from Hobbs Teas. With a $24 RV, I wouldn’t change a thing about the flavors. They are bold like I like my tea and very satisfying. Flavors include Sencha Green, Rooibos, White Tea, Yerba Mate, and Mint Oolong. Don’t they sound amazing?
“Assorted single-origin, premium, organic tea pack handpacked in Haleiwa, Hawaii.”
I’ve never cooked with an iron supplement before but there have been times when my iron was low and I needed to take a supplement. I would have preferred to use an iron cooking accessory had I known they existed. My Lucky Iron fish will be used quite often to keep my iron at the level it needs to be. These iron fish run $25, RV.
“Cooking accessory for increasing iron content in food — an accessible solution to the iron deficiency epidemic. For every fish sold a fish is donated to a family in need.”
Last up is a beautiful print by Jenessa Wait. It’s a very elegant seasonal print with gold lettering. I’m trying to find the perfect frame to display it in. It’s very inspiring. $10RV.
“Seasonal print, hand-lettered to inspire gratitude by artist Jenessa Wait.”
There you have it. If you’re ready to order your 2016 Fall CAUSEBOX, head on over to the website to pick out a plan that’s right for you. Shipping is FREE.