Becka Wall – @beckawall
Fact: getting packages is fun. Double fact: Getting packages regularly is twice as fun.
Monthly subscription boxes are all the rage and for good reason: it’s fun to get packages, especially when it’s chock full of surprises every time. These boxes don’t just deliver – they help make a difference in the world.
Love With Food $7.99 – $20 per month
Each Love With Food box comes full of tasty, better-for-you snacks and they donate a portion of the proceeds of every box each month to fight childhood hunger in the U.S. and globally.
Girls Can! Crate Starts at $25.95 per box
Do you babysit or have little nieces or cousins who deserve to know they are strong and capable? Get them a subscription to the Girls Can! Crate. Each crate teaches them about a badass woman from history, and includes an activity book, activities, props and stickers so they can use their imaginations and get creative.
Causebox $200 per year (arrives quarterly)
Each box includes five to eight products from brands focused on:
- Ethical and sustainable production.
- Donating a percent of profits to charity.
- Aiming to inspire and empower others.
The goal: “to curate a selection of products that are meaningful, inspiring and uplifting” and introduce you to brands doing good in the world.
Unbound $65 per quarter
Embrace your sexuality and get frisky with the Unbound box, which comes with toys for use in the bedroom (or kitchen, or couch, or shower…). Almost 10 percent of profits from every box is donated to nonprofit organizations that support female sexual health and wellness.
Happy Rebel Box $380 per year
If edgy, modern style is your thing, then maybe you’ll like Happy Rebel – they compile lifestyle pieces with a theme (Girls’ night out, Cozy wintertime) that are a little edgier than your average subscription box. They donate 10 percent of each season’s profits to a charity or nonprofit fighting sex trafficking, violence against women, and extreme poverty while creating opportunities for education or economic self-advancement. They’ll send you an explanation of each nonprofit in every box, including information on how you can help these causes even more if you want.