It's Giving Tuesday!! And at 107 Market Street, we are ALL ABOUT THE GIVE!!!
When you buy Soap, We give 100% of the profit to support a family in domestic Adoption.
When you buy any product made in the USA, we give 10% of the sale to support a specific cause. In November, it's Adoption.
When you buy any product made in Nepal, you are giving to education and to stop human trafficking.
When you buy any product made in Ghana and Haiti, you are giving the artisans fair wages
It's Cyber Monday! By now you are probably shopped out! And we have good news! We don't have another sale for you!
We thought really hard about offering a sale for Black Friday/Small business Saturday/Cyber Monday...and we really wanted to give you a deal. But...we decided against it this year. And here is why. We bring you the best prices we can all year long. ALL, while allowing you to make a difference while you shop. That's right! When you shop with us, you give moms and dads a
It is with great joy and honor that we begin venturing into the land of fundraising! Along with bringing you beautiful new products, we are beginning to support causes that are close to home for us. In honor of National Adoption Awareness month, we are supporting the pending adoption of a new little one into the Rowland family!! The Rowlands are near and dear to our hearts and we are proud to share their story!
Slade and Stephanie have two beautiful children, Annabelle and Slade Owen. They are
Today we are SUPER excited to introduce our newest partner...Made in the USA partner! This partner is so near and dear to my heart so I am absolutely delighted to introduce them! The owner has been a friend of mine since childhood and she has the sweetest heart and most BEAUTIFUL products. Introducing the lovely Cyle!!Hi there! I’m Cyle Augusta, and my husband is Shannon, we’re a husband and wife duo designing and crafting quality niche items for your life’s occasions.We stumbled into
Historically, we’ve partnered with and featured organizations who are doing good work abroad – mostly in developing countries. We love this work they do and we love connecting you to these global places. BUT, we’ve found that we love things that are locally made too! Right here in our back yard in the US of A. And some of these organizations and small businesses are too good to not share! So…we are doing it! Venturing into the land of opportunity and bringing you the best we can find. We are
YALL! I am SO EXCITED to share about our new partner!! We met 3 Seams a few years ago at a foster and adoption conference (BEST conference ever!!) and we fell in love with their mission. First of all, we share the passion with Foster and Adoptive Moms! That is enough but even further, they share in our fight against poverty and human trafficking! They work in Cambodia and Nepal and help to educate students so that the cycle of poverty is broken! How awesome is that?!
We are thrilled to
I *love* introducing new organizations!! It is so much fun sharing the heart behind the organizations that make the products we sell!! Our most recent partnership is with an organization called HandUp Global. They work in Haiti (which we LOVE too!) and they provide leadership and discipleship for young men transitioning out of orphanages. Isn't that the best?! I love it for many reasons but I will share only two of them with you today.
1-Most of the organizations we work with disciple
It’s been a busy year! I’m sure you can relate…busy with family and kids, busy with school or work, busy with after school activities, busy with life…busy can crush us if we aren’t careful! It can take our focus off what’s important to us in life.
Well, we are refocusing! We have taken some time out to step back and remind ourselves what is important and why it is important. What do we want to spend our time doing and then do it. And now we are back. We have a renewed sense of energy,
A week ago, my family evacuated for Hurricane Matthew. Ridden with anxiety, we boarded up our windows, secured the planters and lawn furniture and prayed over our home, barn, chickens and property. Then we loaded up our dogs and children and drove 4 hours inland to “safety”. As we drove, we talked and prayed for everyone else affected by Hurricane Matthew. The storm had just torn through Haiti, was currently in Cuba and was bearing down on the Bahamas. We were praying for all those in its
We are so grateful to have our lovely friend, Stef Layton, guest blog for us today! We welcome you to take a few moments to enjoy these words from her!
I love to pray for my friends. I always want to lift them up, but often when I snag a few quiet moments I have a hard time remembering who to pray for and what to pray exactly. In those moments my prayers feel forced and become a hard labor to articulate my heart's desire for the special people in my life. Time slips by as I become a