Little Loving Hands is a mom-led business committed to teaching kids kindness with their subscription craft boxes.
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Throughout the season of giving, I am always searching for simple ways my kids can give back to their community. We’ve donating old or new toys, clothes, food drives and more.
This year, I had the chance to work with a mom-led business Little Loving Hands to help teach my children the importance of giving back to their community. Little Loving Hands is a subscription box company that teaches kindness to elementary-aged kids through crafts.
Little Loving Hands offers fun craft boxes for the entire family designed to teach children the importance of kindness in the world, their community, their home, and to themselves.
How? Little Loving Hands embodies a ‘craft for a cause’ formula designed to inspire and encourage our little ones to foster empathy and give back, all while getting crafty through their subscription craft boxes.
Their annual subscription includes 6 boxes of craft kits designed for elementary-age children, but they are fun for all ages! I know I certainly enjoyed my time sitting with my daughter relaxing working on our no sew scarf craft.
How does Little Loving Hands work?
Your craft box comes, along with a booklet of directions on what you are creating and who it is for. Like I said, we created a no-sew scarf. When you are finished with your project, Little Loving Hands includes a self-addressed and stamped mailer to send your project back to them.
Our scarf will be donated to a homeless shelter. The booklet included also explains why you are making the scarf, who it is for and why it’s important.
Visit the littlelovinghands.com to learn more & to purchase your holiday box! To receive the first box in time for Christmas, orders must be placed by Friday, December 4th. Subsequent boxes will ship every two months for a total of 6 boxes for the year.