There’s just something about a bowl.
Bowls are versatile functional pieces. Most kitchens are stocked with bowls of every size and use, but every room in the house can benefit from a strategically-placed vessel, too. One by the door for keys. One in the office for paper clips and other small items. One by the bedside to hold jewelry.
Bowls are also versatile decorating pieces. Accessorize a shelf with bowls in assorted colors and sizes. Fill a bowl with fragrant blooms or potpourri for a delightful centerpiece. Prop a bowl on a stand for an instant, artful display.
Maybe we’re biased (OK, we’re definitely biased!), but we think bowls are also the perfect gift … especially when it’s a Serve Kindness bowl! Because you’re not just giving a gift—you’re helping create a ripple of kindness by supporting worthy charitable organizations with your purchase.
A Bowl for Every Occasion
Bowls are cherished objects, often passed down through generations. They are at the center of many of our most important cultural celebrations, practices, and rites. And that’s what makes them such a wonderful gift for so many occasions.
A Custom, Curated Gift
Perhaps our favorite thing about sharing bowls is that there are so many ways to create a truly one-of-a-kind gift. Mixing-and-matching sizes and colors, filling with fun or unexpected extras.
Serve Kindness bowls are available in three sizes and a rainbow of more than 20 colors, plus we offer a selection of nested sets in striking combinations for you to choose from. So there are plenty of opportunities to share a gift that’s just as special as the recipient. You can shop our entire offering here.But maybe you have something extra-special in mind? We can help you with that, too! We love curating customized gifts for your specific needs. So if you’d like a little assistance creating the perfect gift for a wedding, housewarming, or any occasion, just let us know. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll work with you to select sizes, colors, and other options.
Shining a spotlight on Generous Goods founder Lindsay Browning and her company Generous Goods - Great Things that Give Back - which has a virtual pop-up shopping event to support Bring Change to Mind, a charity working to create dialog about mental health.