I was given a subscription box CAUSEBOX02 by Sevenly to facilitate this review. However, all opinions are my own. #CAUSEBOX02 #thisboxmatters @sevenly
Today I’m sharing with you a different kind of subscription box. One for those of us who are socially conscious. CAUSEBOX is a subscription box full of socially conscious products that help provide jobs and sustainable income to underdeveloped areas, give back to underprivileged communities, raise awareness of charitable initiatives, and empower and help people to make the world a better place.
Each box has a retail value of at least $150, and each box sells for $49.95/quarter.
For each box sold, Sevenly gives 7% back to charity, every quarter. You have the choice of choosing a charity from one of Sevenly’s charitable partners.
Or, you can let Sevenly select the charity, and then they notify you about how your funds were used. With their first box, they were able to donate $3,500 to the Jessie Rees Foundation which provides joy and hope for children who have been diagnosed with cancer.
You can check out my unboxing video here:
There was some really lovely items in the box. My 15 yr old loved all of it (and she stole most of it for herself 😉 ). I just love the “Today is a Good Day” cling. It’s already on the mirror in the “kid” bathroom. I thought they could use a ray of sunshine every morning.
My absolute favorite pieces were the jewelry, as well as my teenager’s. We both gasped with delight when we saw the “Fighting Hunger” necklace. It’s such an interesting piece with the incorporating three handpolished recycled bullet casings. Miss Em has worn it to school for the last 3 days.
Half United chose bullet casings in order to take a strong stance in the fight against hunger. Their mission is to use fashion to provide aid for world hunger — and they donate HALF of their profits from every product sold directly to global hunger relief efforts! These beautifully powerful necklaces are made in Downtown Los Angeles.
My other favorite is the Tribe-Alive Bracelet It’s perfect for my style. It’s a pretty beaded bracelet crafted by Tribe-Alive exclusively for Sevenly! Every bracelet is handmade by women in Honduras under fair trade working conditions, and each piece contributes to community development and job creation in developing countries. This collaboration bracelet alone helped Tribe-Alive provide 20 jobs for women in Honduras.
Other items included the Denik “Be The Change” Journal, the Perf Turkish Towel, Smarty Pants Vitamins (so tasty!), and Good Spread Peanut Butter & Honey Packet.
If’ you’d like to check out a subscription for yourself, just click HERE.
I’d love to know what you thought of the products. Which was your favorite?