Right in time for the holidays, we’re proud to premiere three new gift sets that give back a little bit extra — a 10% donation to UMCOR! The United Methodist Committee on Relief has been a wonderful partner for Prosperity Candle, and now we’re showcasing three fair trade sets featuring delicious Equal Exchange goodies, beautiful Serrv housewares, and — of course — Prosperity candles!
|Holiday Cheer, $24 Bring a smile to someone’s face with this trio of global goodness. We think that Equal Exchange’s Chocolate Caramel Crunch bar is a perfectly sweet way to celebrate the season, especially when you pair it with a handcrafted crackle-glass ornament. Light your UMCOR soy-blend travel tin candle, and you’ll be well on your way to a holiday that is both merry and bright.|
|A Peaceful Moment, $30 At the end of a long day, take time for a peaceful moment with this fair trade gift set. Fill your oversized (16 ounces!) wood-fired ceramic mug with soothing, organic Equal Exchange chamomile tea. Light your UMCOR soy-blend travel tin candle as you sip your tea and enjoy your meditative moment.|
|Start the Day Right, $39 Start your day right with Hope’s Blend Coffee from Equal Exchange in a handcrafted mug from SERRV. Fill your oversized (16 ounces!) wood-fired ceramic mug, light your UMCOR soy-blend travel tin candle, and take a moment to yourself before the hustle and bustle of the day begins!|
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