Lifted Hands Introduces New Products for Faith-based Fundraising

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Faith-based church groups, individuals and non-profits are on a continual search to find new ways to raise revenue. Lifted Hands fills a unique gap in the fundraising landscape by providing a product option that is specifically tailored for the faith-based community.

Every church or mission trip that I have been involved in has required some kind of fundraising effort. We saw a need for something other than the traditional fundraising approaches most groups rely on.

Lifted Hands was launched to provide new faith-based fundraising opportunities. Faith-based church groups, individuals and non-profits are on a continual search to find new ways to raise revenue. Lifted Hands fills a unique gap in the fundraising landscape by providing a product option that is specifically tailored for the faith-based community.

The initial product offering available through Lifted Hands are hand creams. The hand creams are created with the highest quality, ethically-sourced, vegan ingredients. Each hand cream has a ‘prayer theme,’ and is infused with biblical anointing oils. A short prayer is provided on the bottle serving as a reminder to pray for the person who sold the hand cream.

“Equally important to us is how Lifted Hands operates as a company,” said Trish Stack, co-founder of Lifted Hands. “We want to be intentional about impacting areas of injustice in the world. Ten percent of all revenue will be donated to non-profit organizations who are operating in the pursuit of justice.”

The Lifted Hands products are now available for church groups, individuals and non-profits to sell. The process is similar to how other products are sold to raise support. A group or individual will sell the hand creams at the Suggested Retail Price of $20, and will keep $10. Brochures, instruction sheets and order forms will be provided to interested parties.

For more information, please visit http://www.liftedhandsskincare.com.

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