December 25, 2016


Lets talk about CAUSEBOX. My sister introduced me to this company and I immediately fell in love. CAUSEBOX is a quartley seasonal subscription of a selection of socially conscious products. The products inside help provide jobs, meals, education, clean water, and more to countless women, men, and children around the world. They have been able to donate 20,000+ meals and support artisan groups in every corner of the world. You can read and learn about each product in the booklet that is provided in each box. 

This box SUPPORTS.

Non-toxic, eco- and vegan-friendly nail polish in a hazy, pale grey. Perfect for Winter! Lauren B. donates a percentage of profits from select products to sustainable employment of homeless populations.


Bestselling Shea Butter Hand Cream—made up of hand-harvested, Fair Trade Shea Butter from Burkina Faso in West Africa

Exclusive premium leather clutch, handmade in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia — each clutch is a symbol of resilience, as they were constructed during a time of political turmoil in Ethiopia, and the artisan group rose above incredible challenges to bring this beautiful piece to life.


This Winter scarf was handmade in India as a collaboration piece between Tribe Alive and designer Erin Loechner of Design for Mankind. It is upscale, chic and timeless — and produced under Fair Trade conditions.


2017 Desk Calendar, with woodblock stand handmade in Los Angeles from reclaimed wood. For every calendar that CAUSEBOX creates, a tree is planted by way of our charity partner: Trees for the Future. 




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