FaithBox is a montly Christian subscription box with things like inspirational quotes and scripture, actions to enrich your life and amazing products from companies that do good. Faithbox is no stranger to doing good things because for each and every box shipped, three hungry children are provided with a meal. Considering all of the purchases they get, that adds up to a lot of meals!
I was excited that the December Faithbox had socks! I immediately hollered for my son to tell him I had Minecraft socks. He rushed in to see, and told me they are not Minecraft socks. Well okay then... but for me, these are my new Mama Minecraft socks. :)
These are made and sold by Mitscoots, a company that sells a lot more than socks. They take pride in the fact that all items are made in the USA; they donate an equal item to those in need for every item purchased; and they hire those transitioning out of homelessness to help package and send out their goods.
Anchored in Hope is a company in Haiti that creates fabulous metal items out of old oil drums that would otherwise likely never be used. These are created by hand, so no two are going to ever be exactly alike.
Project 7 is a company whose profits go towards helping 7 key areas: feeding the hungry, healing the sick, supporting those who hope for peace, housing the homeless, quenching those who thirst, teaching well and saving the Earth. They included a packet of Peppermint Vanilla Gourmet Mints in the December Faithbox.
There were also two non-product gift cards to keep or give away. Helping others in need is synonymous with the month of December, so I thought that was an excellent addition to the box. The Everyday Faith Faithbox is a montly subscription box that gives, and it's a nice box to have coming in (or a nice subscription to 'give' too). Another cool fact: The more you buy, the less it costs.