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The Beverage Box $30

This Month's Businesses: High Point Cafe, Random Tea Room & Curiosity Shop, Made By ME

A box of coffee, tea, and treats from local local beverage businesses to help them endure, thrive, and connect with the community during Covid-19!

For more info AND interviews with PA small business owners (whose products are in your box!), check out Nia's website: 

Website: https://bit.ly/BuyABeverageBox

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebeverageboxproject/

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Students who have created their own successful websites

Tuff Jewels ($24.99-$29.99)

Since January 2019, Keith has worked non-stop with the help of mentors and jewelers to ensure that he optimizes the look and uniqueness of his one of a kind pieces. Keith plans to continue to improve the quality of his products and intends to create more beautiful statement pieces. Every Tuff Jewels Customer can find a unique piece that they will cherish!

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Sonas to America ($5.50-$45)

Sonas is a weaving village located in Cambodia. It consists of 12 women who weave all of our products. Our company, Sonas to America, donates all of our profits back to the weaving village so that they are able to create incomes for these women and give them an opportunity to send their children to college, which is rare in Cambodia. Each purchase makes a positive impact in these women’s lives, and for that we thank you!

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H.E.L.P.I.N.G. The Homeless Backpacks – one2one USA

For the past 10 years, 16-year-old Alexa Rhodes has volunteered with her family at communal dinners for homeless people. Saddened by the number of homeless living on the streets in major cities, Alexa decided to create an organization called H.E.L.P.I.N.G. The Homeless Backpacks to raise funds and gather needed items to be placed in sturdy, multi-use backpacks. Once these backpacks are filled, she selects a homeless shelter to receive the donation. In October 2020, Alexa donated 75 backpacks to the Broad Street Ministry. In November, she will donate another 75 to the Covenant House in Philadelphia. She was recently featured in the local news.

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