WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THE BRAND STORIES AND PRODUCTS WE'VE SELECTED!
About GYFTING: An LA based, Women of Color owned gifting solutions company making purposeful and DEI-focused gift-giving attainable for everyone. They aim to empower product founders, vendors and CEOs who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color, members of the LGBTQ+ community, female, persons with disabilities, and beyond.
1. Neuromints (AAPI owned)
With degrees in Neuroscience, Kent and Ryan were searching for better, more effective energy. After launching on a crowdfunding site, they reached their goals after three days. They use the best ingredients, textures and formulas to ensure the best quality product. They give back 1% of everything to the community, non profits, and profits for a cause.
2. Immunity Drops (Women owned)
Co-founder Angie Tebbe left her corporate career to start a values driven company that nourishes your body and mind from inside out. Rae collaborates with a team of diverse women partners to explore emerging science and share-thought leadership in support of well-being. Rae believes well-being is for everyone so it’s dedicated to helping create a simple wellness lifestyle routine that is powerful and attainable for all. Ensuring the value of well being is passed down to the next generation, Rae donates 5% of all revenue to Girl’s Inc, the non-profit organization that inspires girls to be strong, smart, and bold through direct service and advocacy.
3. Tea Drops (AAPI + women owned)
Sashee started Tea Drops in 2015 because she was looking for an environmentally friendly, convenient, yet high quality tea experience that simply didn’t exist. By making an assortment of bagless, organic, whole leaf teas, Tea Drops sheds 15% less waste than traditional tea bags. Tea Drops has become a favorite among new and experienced tea drinkers alike, and is proud to support a female forward supply chain. They support fair trade, organic harvesting, and all their teas are kosher certified. With every box they sell, they donate a year’s supply of clean water through the Thirst Project.