As our company grows, our thirst to start company traditions has been building, and we figured that a great place to start is by giving back. Recently, we began donating to the It's Not Ok Projects - a foundation built on assiting those affected by human trafficking in Cambodia.
The SHE Rescue Home (a tier of the It's Not Ok Projects) serves as a safe-haven for girls, some as young as 5- years-old, who have been victim to human trafficking, or at-risk of this. Modern day slavery within Cambodia has been an ongoing issue that subjects children to prostitution, abuse and sexual assault. Many factors are responsibile of this unfortunate outcome and it generally roots from poverty, unemployment and/or addiction within the family home. It is a labyrinthine of sociological and economincal issues that contribute to a child's vulnerability to trafficking, and the aftermath can be equally devasting.
The SHE Rescue Home works in partnership with local and international agencies in Cambodia to give girls, as well as their families and communities, opportunities to reshape their lives.
To find out more, donate or sponsor a child, please visit the link below;
This Christmas we had a delightful time deciding what we could conjure up as gifts for our clients!
After much consideration we landed on these sweet little Cookie Mix Jars. With options for our gluten free friends, we definitely had to "product test" these in the studio before sending these out!
Relying on a somewhat functioning conventional microwave had proven faulty, and after a long wait for freshly baked cookies, we ended up with a light, and gooey, cookie-flavoured pudding.
It was magical.
We can defintiely say that the cookie dough tastes A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!
Of course another attempt was destined to happen, and with a working oven, the end result was 6 moist cookies with melting drops of chocolate through-out.
Needless to say they did not last long at all.