I want to introduce you to the Wild and Wise Sisterhood. This project has stolen my heart—for two reasons:
- It’s dedicated to supporting female entrepreneurs and their families.
- It was also founded by a dear, dear friend, Christa Thompson. (More about Christa in the video below!)
For about $1/day, the Wild and Wise Sisterhood offers you a quarterly box of intricately handcrafted, socially conscious gifts, all made by female artisans in India.
In addition to patronizing these female-owned microenterprises by purchasing and distributing their handiwork, Wild and Wise Sisterhood also gives $15/box back to support local community projects. (I love this.)
In other words, it’s an absolutely beautiful gift box that gives back in such a meaningful way.
And if we get enough participation from my community, the Wild and Wise Sisterhood has kind enough to offer to name a dedicated project after us. 🙂
When I heard about this project, I immediately invested in a box, and I wanted to offer you the chance to do the same. I filmed a video for you to explain more about this amazing project. I’ll also show you as a product creator what this amazing project is doing right, so you can get some inspiration for your own work.
PLUS, for a limited time:
- You can use the code IAMLOVED to save $10 on your first box. (!)
- My friend, Christa, is going to offer monthly group coaching on living your best live in 2018 to everyone who joins the Sisterhood now. I learned so much from her when we worked on our SUCCESS projects together, and I know you’ll get a ton out of this special bonus.
I invite you to discover more about the Wild and Wise Sisterhood:
(Don’t forget to use the code IAMLOVED to get your $10 discount!)
One more note: If you’re looking for a business gift for the holidays, the Sisterhood would be happy to work with you to put together gifts for both men and women. If you want to know more, you can call the team directly at 1-888-668-1108 or email christa@WildAndWiseGlobal.com.
I’d love to hear from you in the comments below! Tell me what you think about the Sisterhood—or your own favorite cause.