HOVE Social Good and Heal the Bay have partnered to offer a Social Good Box where every products supports clean water.
Water Power Impact from Each Box
16 months of clean water to a person in need*
450 handwashes for students with sanitation needs
1 pound of trash removed from US waterways
25 people funded for 1 day through WaterAid
Supports restoration of US rivers and creeks
*almost 3 yrs of clean water support if you
use the coupons included!
We think it's important to celebrate the importance of Water Power! That's why we are highlighting Social Good Companies who are helping to expand clean water access in the US and abroad.
This HOVE Social Impact Box gives you products we believe will improve your daily life and benefit the world.
Buying products that help expand access to clean water creates a ripple effect...this simple act helps to improve our daily health and supports our global community.
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HOVE Tumbler by Klean Kanteen
Klean Kanteen makes tumblers, bottles, kanteens and is 100% committed to building a responsible business by adopting sustainable practices, reducing energy use and greening their transportation. Klean Kanteen is B-Corp certified and is a 1% For The Planet member, where they’ve contributed more than $2 million directly to environmental organizations dedicated to preserving and restoring wild places. They are working to provide clean and safe water and reduce our plastic waste footprint.
The HOVE Social Good – Klean Kanteen partnership supports efforts to provide clean water and restore our rivers and streams. Visit website
Go Forth Canvas Pouch
United By Blue was created with the idea that a successful outdoor brand can do serious conservation work. This means everyone at United By Blue is rolling up their sleeves and removing plastic bottles, styrofoam, tires, old appliances, you name it from creeks, rivers, beaches, and streams. UBB organizes and hosts cleanups to make a measurable impact on the most pressing of environmental problems: ocean trash and plastics pollution.For every product sold, United By Blue removes one pound of trash from our world’s oceans and waterways. To date, over 1,106,808 pounds of trash have been removed. They are B-corp certified. For every Go forth pouch bag, 1 pound of trash is collected. Visit website
Shark Tea Infuser
Grosche was started by a husband and wife, to build a humble housewares company with heart selling coffee, tea and drink wares. Determined to build a social mission driven enterprise, Grosche is committed to funding at least 50 days of safe water for every GROSCHE product sold. To date, they have more than surpassed this goal. They deliver biosand filters to communities and families in need — these effective water filters purifies water for 10 people up to 25-30 years. The locally made units do not rely on electricity and filter out greater than 95% of viruses and bacteria. Visit website
Tea Drops was started by Sashee Chandran who was determined to make locally sourced quality tea that were bagless to reduce the waste footprint. She created dissolvable tea drops without the need for tea bags. The wonderful selection of tea flavors are aromatic and the dissolvable teas are delicious to boot. Each drop can fill an entire teapot and is more than enough for 2 full steaming cups. Tea Drops is also determined to provide clean water and each purchase funds 1 year of clean water to someone in need through the Thirst Project. Visit website
Choice Tea started in 1980 importing macrobiotic teas. They have since grown to become the first organic tea brand in America and one of the few to package tea in the U.S. They offer traditional teas new, herbal teas, and delicious wellness blends like Reishi Detox and Shiitake Tumeric. They make 80 varieties of teas, herbs and blends For the last six years, Choice Teas has supported WaterAid by donating 20¢ for each box of tea sold in March. Visit website
Jubilee Jam Soap Bar
B.A.R.E. Soap was created by Clare who, frustrated with the basic needs and health care in Uganda, Haiti and Dominican Republic, decided to make soaps to support funding for basic sanitation services. Along the way, she noticed the soaps back home in US are not naturally made and are filled with chemical fillers and preservatives. BARE soaps believes a simple bar of soap can effectively help prevent the spread of diseases and illnesses while improving overall health and hygiene. The company’s goal is to “bring antiseptic resources to everyone” – B.A.R.E. 20% of proceeds from each purchase is invested in their socially conscious vision to fund vitamins, vaccines, and soap. 20% of the purchase also funds fair wages for women in India to take used hotel soap and repurpose it into new soap to be distributed to slum children without basic sanitation. For each Jubilee jam soap in cotton bag, up to $2 is funded to help provide soaps to children and students in need. Visit website
Laundry Liquid Sample
BioKleen was started by Jim Rimer in the 1980’s. Jim was ahead of his time in developing a non-toxic plant based cleaner that was effective. Still a family run business, Biokleen continues to make an eco-friendly product, free of toxins, not tested on animals and manufactured using green technologies.They are also supporters of Bonneville Environmental Foundation and have restored 6,000,000 gallons of water. Visit website
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Janji is a Boston based performance apparel company with a goal to giveback beyond the race by providing clean water. Every season, Janji goes to a different country around the world, meets with local artists, designs a line around that country, and then 5% of sales fund clean water projects in that country. In short, Janji makes running gear that serves as a passport to see the world and change the world. Visit website
BoldB is based in Melbourne, Australia and is cofounded by Britta Boeckmann and her brother Michael Davidson. As creative director, Britta takes inspiration from nature to create bold statement pieces as well as everyday jewelry. The Aqua Collection has beautiful necklaces, pendants, bracelets, earrings and rings inspired by water. Each purchase from the Aqua Collection will help provide one year of safe water to one person in need through BoldB’s support of Water.org. Visit website
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Klo Organic Beauty was started in 2015 by sisters Nicole Ananos, and Megan Berube because “they wanted products where each and every ingredient had a benefit to their skin. Their Oil Cleanser and Serum are made in small batches from the highest quality essential oil blends and are full of nutrients to bring out your natural beauty. Klo Beauty provides six months of safe water through water.org for every purchase made on their website.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our Social Good Boxes include items from socially responsible companies that work on a common social good theme, such as clean water, women empowerment, education, and more. We curate a wide variety of sustainable, fairly-traded, ethical and health conscious clothing, eats, body, outdoor and home products to give you the best quality goods. We carefully assess the company’s social good and determine your most authentic social impact from purchasing the box.
A Social Good Box requires no long-term commitment and costs just $50 per box.
You can cancel any time before we ship out your box. We ship out within 1 day of receiving your order, unless otherwise notified. We will send you an estimate of our ship out day. if there is any problem, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Expect your awesome Social Good Box to ship out within 1 day of order if we finished curating and finding the best companies. If we are working on identifying the best goodies, we will give you a heads up of our ship out date!