Everyone here at Aid Still Required is incredibly grateful for our wonderful Business Angels. This holiday season, please consider purchasing some of your gifts from these Aid Still Required supporters. Some of these businesses, including Lova Tea and Lakewood Candle Company, have designed specialty products to support ASR’s work in New Orlean while others are donating a percentage of all business from ASR supporters. Please visit our Business Angels page at http://www.aidstillrequired.org/business-angels for more information!
Lova first developed The Big Teasy in preparation for our Big Easy Juke Joint (organized with the incredible commitment of Lova founder Stephanie Cence). The Big Teasy is a sweet and sassy rooibos blend with Ethiopian coffee, hazelnut pieces, caramel, butterscotch, and calendula petals and is a regular pick-me-up here at Aid Still Required headquarters. What’s better? While you sip on this incredible tea, you will also be helping to support great work in New Orleans. 40% of the proceeds of The Big Teasy will go directly to ASR’s work.
Lakewood Candle Company created the Orleans Jazzmin candle with the actual Orleans jasmine flower and will be a wonderful addition to your home. This soy based candle will not only be enjoyed by your friends and family, but the proceeds will benefit Aid Still Required’s programs in New Orleans—not a bad combination. 50% of the proceeds from each Orleans Jazzmin candle will go straight to Aid Still Required’s programs in New Orleans.
Fluid Performance and Fluid Recovery will get you through those tough workouts and prepare you for the next one. Fluid Performance’s unique formula helps the body endure strenuous exercise while Fluid Recovery repairs damaged tissue and adapts to the demands of exercise training. Fluid is created with all natural ingredients so you know what is going into your body. When you enter the code AID20 at checkout, you will get a 20% discount AND Fluid will donate 20% of your purchase to Aid Still Required. This money will go to support the minds and bodies of all of ASR’s program participants.
By designing diverse, modern Christmas tree ornaments, YourTreedition provides families the opportunity to honor one another’s beliefs during the holiday season. Like a family, a tree has many branches and leaves all stemming from the same roots. As such, it can be a powerful symbol for mixed-faith families whose different customs, traditions and beliefs ultimately originate from the same Tree of Life. Yourtreedition.com will donate 10% of the proceeds of products sold on its website to ASR’s projects around the world.
Founded with a vision to create an agile, boutique investment firm, The Pacific Financial Group, Inc. has centered on developing individuals and affording them opportunities to flourish. After a highly selective process of qualifying and quantifying the universe of investment choices, PFG offers money management services on four distinct investment platforms that professional financial advisors may present to their clients to help achieve their financial goals. When you mention Aid Still Required, Pacific Financial Group will donate 25% of all business to help fund our programs.
Debra Poneman’s Yes to Success program provides a proven system that gives you the tools you need to un-do and break free of the old patterns and habits that no longer serve you and replace them with proven techniques that will help you feel more fulfilled. In the process of going through one of Debra’s courses you will also help fulfillASR’s mission to educate people about the ongoing need in places like Haiti to establish meaningful, sustainable redevelopment projects.
Organize to Excel was founded by Katherine Macey, Ph.D. in 2006. It is a professional organizing company that specializes in helping working mothers in the home and office get and stay organized. Organize to Excel provides hands-on organizing sessions and coaching for individuals who are sick of being overwhelmed and are ready to change by leading seminars and workshops for groups of people who want to learn how to be organized.