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Blessing Baskets

“Thank you Whole Foods. Thank you for our new class room!” Those are the words of a song written for Whole Foods Market by students in Ghana Africa.  The school was built because Whole Foods Market customers bought Blessing Baskets. Thank you for helping us weave hope into the world one basket at a time! To see the global chain reaction you helped start, click here. Note: These great baskets aren’t available in all of our stores. Sorry! Look for them in the Midwest, North Atlantic, Northeast, Rocky Mountain and Florida. Learn more about The Blessing Basket Project and their mission to pay weavers multiple times more than Fair Trade wages for their baskets — calling it "prosperity wages.” Every basket they sell helps create sustainable jobs and helps reduce poverty in the villages they serve.

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Bob says …

This is great news in uncertain times, especially during the holidays.

Stephanie Hayden says …

This is a great program and I love the baskets!!

Gillian Alcorn says …

LOVE the baskets and this project! I often buy them as gifts and fill them with goodies the baskets are AMAZING! I have 3 for our family that we use for the markets and they are LOVELY!!! Thank you to those who put their hearts into them and for Whole Foods for doing it.

Betsy McNerney says …

I am glad to see and hear how much has been accomplished already by the Blessing Basket project and Whole Foods' participation in the program. What more can I do?

Nikki - Community Moderator says …

@BETSY - You can find other ways to contribute at https://www.blessingbasket.org/?loc_id=66.

Nancy Kruse says …

Can these baskets be purchased online?

Nikki - Community Moderator says …

@NANCY - You can! You can find online ordering for the baskets at https://www.blessingbasket.org/store/.