You know I like to get a nice subscription box to review every now and again, and this time around I've found a new one in Faithbox. This is a new subscription box company that meets growing consumer demand by focusing on three unique components: growth, discovery and giving. Faithbox's Christmas box is the perfect way to give a gift and give back at the same time because the products featured in the box are eco-friendly and from philanthropic-minded companies.
What was inside of the box I received? Well, for starters, this delicious Dark Coconut Toffee Bar was in there from Alter Ego. I love a nice dark, rich chocolate and this one was sooo good! You can never go wrong with chocolate and this was a nice big-sized bar too, so it lasted a few settings.
The Bean & Rice Chips with Sea Salt were a nice alternative to the regular fat and calorie-filled chips we usually eat. They packed a nice light flavor and they tasted like they were good for you, but in a good way. ;)
This pamphlet, Everyday Faith was included and it's perfect for light reading. I keep it beside my bed and read it at night before I turn off the lights. It's nice to read something spiritual before calling it a day, and so I like to keep it handy.
The Faith Box included a CD which I thought was really nice. Everyone in the house likes to get their groove on, and what better way to do that than with some new music in the house?
A full-sized book was included too, and it's jam-packed full of Bible-based insight and information. It's a pleasure to read, and really hits home in more than a couple of places. Again, it's nice to have something new to read in the house, and I was happy to find this included.
That's quite a lot of stuff in a gift subscription box, don't you think? I was delighted to receive it and think it would be a great gift idea to get for someone you love.
"There is no better time to give back than during the holiday season," said Willie Morris, founder and CEO of Faithbox. "The Faithbox team kept this in mind while we curated the Christmas box by partnering with organizations who regularly give back as part of their business model."
About Willie Morris: Morris was raised in the Catholic Church, became an atheist during college, and found his way back to God while working with a non-profit organization and seeing its work and impact. Morris started Faithbox to make a positive impact through simple actions and help others enrich their faith. For his complete bio, visit:https://medium.com/@morewillie/how-the-hell-did-i-get-here-5f46df38b572.
About Faithbox:Faithbox offers month-to-month, three-month or one-year subscriptions. The company made its soft launch in late 2014 and has seen steady growth since its inception. This unique box was recently featured in The New York Times, Bloomberg and Fox and Friends. For additional information, visit http://www.faithbox.com. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.