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Recipe for Success Gift Box
Recipe for Success
Recipe for Success
Recipe for Success
Garlic and Herb Spice Blend
Soup Ladle
Recipe for Success Gift Box

Recipe for Success

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Teach Women Business Skills

This trio of delicious, homemade soup mixes is a recipe for success in any kitchen. Packed with flavorful U.S.-grown beans and savory spices, it's sure to be a hit with any cook.

Woman-Owned
Social Enterprise
Empowers Women
Made in the U.S.
Eco-Friendly
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The Details

  • This gift directly supports a Woman-Owned social enterprise that employs women overcoming adversity.

  • Millions of women throughout the world face significant barriers to finding meaningful employment. But, when women are employed, they reinvest in their families, communities, and countries to make the whole world better — for everyone. The purchase of this gift provides a woman in Tanzania with business training for one day.

How Your Gift is Packaged

Custom Gift Box

Custom Gift Box

Your gift is packaged in a sustainable kraft box and tied with a eco-friendly fabric ribbon.

Handwritten Note

Handwritten Note

Your gift includes an optional handwritten card that we attach to the top of the box.

Impact Card

Your gift also includes an impact card highlighting our non-profit partner we support.

Five Talents Banner

Provide Business Training to Women

This gift provides a woman in Tanzania with business training for one day through our partnership with Five Talents.

Meet Our Purpose-Driven Brand Partner

Women's Bean Project

Women's Bean Project

Women's Bean Project is a small Denver-based non-profit with a big mission of helping women get job training and new lives. The organization started in 1989 when founder Jossy Eyre and two employees turned a $500 investment into $6,100 by making and selling bean soup mixes. Since then, Women's Bean Project has continued to hire chronically unemployed women and teaches them to handcraft delicious and nourishing products they sell throughout the U.S. Since 1989, over 1,000 women have graduated, and 93% of these formerly chronically unemployed women are still employed a year later. Women's Bean Project offers a viable way for these women to stand tall, find their purpose, and break the cycle of poverty.

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Sustainability

All our gifts are packaged using eco-friendly materials that can be reused or recycled. We also plant trees with every order to offset our carbon footprint.