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Shop For a Good Cause [Greater Good Review + Giveaway]

I've gotten more and more into online shopping, especially with the lack of a car. With so many different websites to use, I think one of the most difficult things to do is choose which one you like best. One of the websites I think you should put down on your list is the Greater Good Shop.

According to their website, a small portion of each item you purchase goes back to charity. They've partnered with Novica to bring some amazing items to purchase from and they import items from all over the world. Read more about Greater Good by following this link.

I looked around for a few items that I could enjoy as well as some small prizes my mom and my brother. For my brother, I selected socks. For my mom, I chose a journal. For myself, I selected earrings. For all of us, I choose some nice soap.

Earrings - $14.95

Wool Socks $9.99
Journal $12.95
Soap $4.00

One thing you should note while you are on the site is that as you are perusing you may see photos of three different products. The reason I'm pointing this out is that at first I assumed that I'd be getting all three. In actuality, they just want to show you what colors you can choose.

Another thing to note are sizes. They photograph the sizes very large, so some items may not be as large as you think if you purchase based on the picture. So take careful consideration when you purchase.

Overall though, I love everything that this site has to offer in terms of product. I also really like the fact that the items you buy are going to a good cause. One fun thing is when you first go to the site, there are a variety of causes listed across the top and if you click a cause that you want to support, it will take you to a page where you can purchase items that will go directly to that cause.

I am happy to say that I am giving away a $50 credit to the Greater Good Shop to one lucky reader!

Shop now to buy wonderful gift items or things for yourself. Make sure you follow Greater Good Shop on Facebook and Pinterest and sign up to receive their emails. Ends 5/28

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I received complimentary items in exchange for my honest review.


  1. I love their site! So many pretty things.One I love is the 'Paws and Roses', Soft Hooded T-Shirt.

  2. I would buy the feline feather fun. my cats would this

  3. I really lie the 'Twilight Goddess', Handmade Rayon Tunic in Ethereal Shades of Dusk. I have a jacket from Greater Good that I love! I get compliments every time I wear it.
    Mary Beth Elderton

  4. I like the 'Garden Guardian', Garden Stake Rain Gauge with Solar LED Changing Lights.

  5. I love the 'Lunar Orbit', Hand Crafted Sterling Silver and 18k Gold Plated Bangle.

  6. I would get the Festive Triangulations Shoulder Bag.

  7. Loving the 'Lovely Reminder', Inspirational Tri-Colored Hearts Necklace. It's quite lovely.

  8. I would get the 'Purple Paw Delight', Quilted Stylish Paw Print Shoulder Tote Bag

  9. I like the Bold Steps Hooded Jacket. The colors are beautiful :)

  10. I would buy the 'Boxers Rule', I Love My Boxer Bone-Shaped Vinyl Car Magnet. I would also get the 'Marine', Unique Handblown Glass Water Tumblers Drinkware (Set of 6). I love them. They are gorgeous.

  11. This garden butterfly stake is pretty!

  12. I would love this for my husband 'Brave Eagle', Men's Sterling Silver and Amethyst Bird Necklace

  13. I would like to buy the 'Wide-Eyed Curiosity', Hand-Carved Gourd Necklace Featuring a Charming Black Cat
    twinkle at optonline dot net

  14. I would buy the 'Turquoise Owl Trio' in a heartbeat! They're SOOO cute.

  15. I might like to get the Liquid Confetti Drinking Glasses if I won.

    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

  16. I'd love the Sparkling Waterfall tank! Pretty!

  17. I might get the 'Echoes of Color', Handmade Fair Trade Patchwork Multi-Color Hooded Jacket.


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