We are beyond excited to be collaborating with World Pulse. There is so much alignment in our missions, approaches to creating change, and dreams of bringing women together around the world – through stories and gifts.
As part of our partnership, we have created the World Pulse travel tin candle set. It’s a sweet gift that sings out the mantra of “Courage, Beauty & Possibility.” Each candle in the set embodies these values and has a scent to match (tea infusion, lemongrass sage, arabian sandalwood)! It’s the perfect gift for a woman’s advocate in your life. Uplifting, yet centering. And, as always, the candles create a global connection between women as each candle comes with the name of the woman who made it.
We’re also donating 10% of every one of these sets to support World Pulse.
Want to learn more about them? In their words…
“World Pulse is a global media and communication network devoted to bringing women a global voice. We broadcast and unite women’s voices from around the world into a powerful force for change.
We produce a print and web magazine as well as host an interactive community newswire, PulseWire, where women can speak for themselves to the world and connect to solve global problems.
It’s a revolution that has already begun.
Become a part of the Pulse. Join Us.“
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