Argrow's Hope Subscription Box

LAUNCHING JULY 2020

The Argrow's Hope Subscription Box is a monthly subscription service that includes two survivor made Argrow's House bath and body products, as well as one #SurvivorStrong female artisan's handmade goods from around the world. Argrow's Hope Box is mailed to your doorstep every month!


 

July Hope Box Includes:

  • Argrow's House 2oz Sunnie Delight Lotion
  • Argrow's House full-sized Cucumber Melon Natural Soap
  • Gorgeous Yellow/Green Cooling Neck Scarf with hydrating beads made by #SurvivorStrong Cris Gifford, owner of Sew Me A Story, made with special fabric from Empower Tanzania
  • Yellow/Green Fabric Journal- Matching cover handmade by #SurvivorStrong Cris Gifford, owner of Sew Me A Story, made with special fabric from Empower Tanzania.  60 pages, lined, 5" X 7". Cris is a survivor of domestic violence and now also uses her gifts as a survivor employee, seamstress, at Argrow's House of Healing and Hope.

Fabrics for the Fabric Journal and Cooling Neck Scarf set are made according to the artisans' creative preferences and are inspired by popular local Tanzanian color schemes and styles.

 

August Hope Box includes:

  • Argrow's House full- sized Sea Breeze Natural Soap
  • Argrow's House 3oz "Love Collection" Sea Breeze Bath Balm
  • Beautiful handmade earrings inspired by the beauty of Charleston, South Carolina, made by #SurvivorStrong, Leslie Madden, of Island Handcrafts and Charleston Farmers Market!  Leslie uses the prophet from her Charleston inspired jewelry to put her daughter through college! 

 

September Hope Box includes:

  • Argrow's House 2 oz Warm Vanilla Body Butter
  • Argrow's House Black Lives Matter Inspired Bath Balm 
  • Black Lives Matter Original Art Piece hand painted on canvas by Artist and Art Therapist, #SurvivorStrong, Sone-Seere Burrell of JusRe Creative Services LLC. She specializes in color mixing, portrait work, and using the arts for healing. #SurvivorStrong, Sone-Seere states, “It was the painting process that would ultimately pull me from the depths of a very dark time in my life. Art making has and will continue to be central to my healing process.”



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