comfort in a cup
comfort in a cup
Hector the carpenter from Itza WOod
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Comfort in a Cup


Handmade ceramic mug adorned with a hand stamped bee pendant (other custom options available). Holds 14oz. of liquid. Premium small-batch tea (20 flavors) with the delicious blend of raw, natural honey (3oz). Honey dipper made from sustainable wood in Guatemala.

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Our gifts are handmade by artisans around the globe. As with all handmade products, each has slight variations that make them unique.

Contributing organizations include:

Retea is committed to educating refugee children around the world. Refugee education programs are severely underfunded leaving millions of children and young adults without access to an education. Each Retea pouch sold provides a refugee child with up to 10 hours of education.

beelove employs people returning home from incarceration. They provide opportunities to establish a positive work history, learn productive work habits, and become productive members of society. Every purchase of their products reduces the number of people who return to prison by providing the support, confidence and skills needed to re-enter the workforce.

Itza Wood, exists to create jobs and foster positive social impact in a place where the poverty is crushing, the Northern Petén Jungle. Itza Wood is linking families to a future with hope and well-being by creating local, sustainable employment. All purchases benefit The Jungle School, a safe place where 400 students come daily from 9 local villages. Over 45,000 trees were planted by Itza in the region before they ever cut a tree. All wood is native, sustainably harvested and FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified.

At Prodigal Pottery, the women learn pottery making, receive financial training, emotional care and support, professional skills and assistance finding stable housing and long-term employment. Prodigal Pottery works directly out of King’s Home, a women’s shelter outside of Birmingham, Alabama for women fleeing homelessness and domestic abuse.

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