Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 01, 2017 -- Knack, the online gifting retailer, today launches a campaign to help Hurricane Harvey survivors in and around Houston, Texas. Starting today, you can purchase one of three curated gift boxes from their website and Knack will give the same gift to an organization supporting those impacted by the Hurricane. 100% of the proceeds from all purchases will support the relief efforts.
The boxes come in two themes with corresponding recipient groups:
- Send a Moment of Play Knack with entertainment options for kids of all ages and the same gift will be sent to children in shelters.
- Send one of two toiletries Knacks as a gift for those displaced by the storm, and the same Knack will be sent to those adults in shelters. These Knacks, the Uplift Houston: Quick Refresh Kit and Uplift Houston: A Restful Pause, are comfort gifts for those impacted.
All proceeds from the sales of these boxes will be used to purchase more boxes for those affected. The items included are in direct response to the outcries of and needs of those impacted by the natural disaster.
“Part of my vision for Knack has always been to help people spend their money on things they care about. Whether it’s gifts that are from women-owned business, or small businesses, or green businesses, I want gift givers to be able to put their money where their hearts are,” said Knack CEO Laura Jennings. “We won’t make money on this campaign. We don’t want to. Instead we want to help those who are already spending money to make that money go further.”
The Knack packaging, which will enclose the items sent to recipients, is 100% recycled and recyclable and will not contribute to the waste efforts that the city of Houston may face. Concurrently, the Knack boxes are filled with items that are largely recycled, recyclable and that have a low carbon footprint.
Please visit https://knackshops.com/collections/hurricane-harvey-relief for more details.
Knack, a modern gifting company, was founded in 2015 to confront the outdated gifting options currently on the market. Based in Seattle, WA the company believes that customers should be the creative force in the gifting.
Knack allows customers to curate gift boxes that match their interests, styles and values. Packaged in a signature Knack box, each gift comes with a Knackbook that shares the story behind each product. Shoppers may choose from pre-created gift sets, customize those to their liking or create their own signature gifts utilizing the more than 1,000 products on the site.
Kristina Libby, SoCu, http://www.getsocu.com, 207-215-4031, [email protected]