The following materials have been created to help you promote your partnership with Serve Kindness. Our aim is to raise awareness and money for your organization. To do so, we will be promoting your charity and the work that you do, and we encourage you to share information about Serve Kindness with your constituents.
Please send us information about events you want to promote, or special fundraising initiatives. The more we know about you, the easier it is for us to talk about the good work you do and to highlight you in our social feeds.
Below we have Included helpful information, photography, and logos to help you share information about Serve Kindness and meet your marketing needs. Please feel free to use the language provided below in your marketing efforts regarding our partnership. If we can be of additional assistance please call us at 617-350-9888 or email email@example.com.
"Sharing food is sharing kindness and at The Food Project, we believe that healthy food is a right. By supporting The Food Project through Serve Kindness, you are spreading kindness by increasing access to fresh, healthy, affordable food for everyone in our region.” - Lisa Jurras-Buchanan, The Food Project
Serve Kindness designs vibrantly colored, modern glass bowls that are handmade by glassblowers in Essex, MA. Our mission is to promote intentional gift giving, partner with artists that make beautiful objects and raise awareness and money for charities like yours that serve kindness in the community.
We give 10% of every purchase back to charity partners with sales that come via online store checkout and private shopping events. Interested in Hosting a Pop Up Party to benefit your charity? Call us at 617-350-9888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download a PDF overview of Serve Kindness here.
In the spring of 2017, Melissa and Jillian began to envision their product—a beautiful hand blown glass bowl that represented the very concepts of “serving kindness”: cheerful, colorful, modern, and affordable. An ideal gift that would create a ripple effect of beauty and kindness, bring people together—and give back to organizations doing good works. They immersed themselves in learning about the creation process, devouring every resource they could find about blowing glass, watching hours of videos, and reaching out to friends and acquaintances in the art and design world. They visited local glass studios and participated in classes to gain firsthand experience. When it was time to create the bowls, Melissa and Jillian partnered with a master of the craft, James McLeod, a glass professor at Massachusetts College of Art. The three spent the summer of 2017 designing and experimenting, making bowls in different shapes, styles, sizes, and colors. After weeks and months of creative collaboration, Serve Kindness had its signature design: a bowl with a stunning, vibrantly-colored interior and a brilliant white exterior.
Designed and made in Massachusetts, a Serve Kindness bowl represents the very best of American craftsmanship.
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“For the women and children at Oasis, kindness opens the door to opportunities. Kindness makes a difference to all of us, but especially to those living in poverty. Donations received (from Serve Kindness) help us to feed the hungry … to teach the children so that they can sidestep the cycle of poverty… to empower moms to get their high school equivalency degree and be role models to their children.”
- Jennifer Brady, Oasis, NJ