Get2Give

The Get2Give initiative creates limited runs of themed gift-boxes specifically focused on giving back; with 100% of proceeds going to a selected charity. At Get2Give we believe in being a conscious consumer and giving back to others as much as we give to ourselves. Our boxes are perfect as gifts with a charitable mission, or as a virtuous gift for oneself.

Donate Below

If you are not interested or do not have have the means to purchase the Get2Give Box but would still like to support our cause, please donate what you can. 100% of donations will go to Oceana directly at the end of our campaign in one lump sum. To learn more about Oceana click on the link below.

Oceana

So far the self-care box has raised and donated over $2,500 to the Loveland Foundation!

About Us

The Get2Give initiative was founded by two friends who felt compelled, especially in today’s climate, to spread a little bit of light. Isabella Farrell (a model/ actor) and Amanda Paige (a makeup artist) both currently reside in NYC, and met 5 years ago working in the fashion industry.  Inspired by a small homemade care package that Amanda sent Isabella to lift her spirits during quarantine, the Get2Give Initiative was born. Once the commitment to donate 100% of profits from each box sold was made, they then embarked on their journey to find a foundation that aligned with their values. It was important to them to create something that positively contributes to pressing issues in today’s society.  A main one being the accessibility of mental health services, especially to women and girls of color. That is when they heard about the incredible services that the Loveland Foundation provides. With the Get2Give boxes, customers can work on finding their inner peace during this unprecedented time, while also paying it forward and allowing those who may not have the means to receive vital mental health services. Isabella and Amanda believe that the world we live in can only thrive if people are able to be at their individual best and continue to uplift their communities.