It isn’t quite December but we were too excited to launch Donate in December! This season, we’ve partnered with Agape in Action to provide a way for you to give and get a little more with every purchase! Running until the end of December (...and the end of 2019!) With every seed packet purchased a malnourished child will receive a nutrition drink through the nutrition drink program!
About the ProgramThe nutrition drink is a high protein drink containing essential vitamins and nutrients. It’s provided 3 times a week to malnourished schoolchildren in India and Kenya. The drink helps boost their immune system to fight off diseases and infections (including measles and Malaria) and keeps them in school. According to Agape in Action, malnourished kids can suffer up to 160 days of illness a year. You can imagine the effect this has not only on their bodies but also their education! Education is one of the best ways to free people from the poverty cycle, which is why we’re getting behind this great cause.How Can I Get Involved?
We’ve made this as accessible as possible, so there are a few ways you can contribute.- Firstly, every seed packet you purchase, a nutrition drink will be provided through the nutrition drink program. Gift Packs and Collections are included and will contribute 3 nutrition drinks. For personalised seed packets and bulk orders, a nutrition drink will be provided per order rather than per seed packet. Each listing states how many nutrition drinks are donated.- If you can’t make a purchase but still want to help out, we have a post on Instagram which you can share. 1 share = 1 nutrition drink. Click here to share now- You can also donate directly, via the agape in action. Head over to www.agapeinaction.com to find out more.If you purchased within a week before this promotion started and you would like to be included, send us a screenshot of your order to email@example.com and we’ll donate for you!With each order, a thank you tag is sent, so recipients will have a physical reminder of the gift given.Image from Agape in Action Facebook page. Used with permission.