If you have a kitchen, go shopping, like to stay hydrated with tasty beverages, have or know people with children there is something here for you! The assortment includes jar cozies, hot pads, dish rags and scouring pads, children's hats and socks, and really super cool market bags.
|Minimum Donation: pints- $12, quarts- $15|
My sister gave me my first jar cozie a few years ago. It was the envy of many a friend witnessing me enjoy a hot or cold beverage out of a plastic-free and completely sealable Mason jar. Seriously, my stainless steel mug has become obsolete. Be envious no more! The stock at Orr's is already dwindling, but my sister can be sweet talked into making special orders. That's how awesome she is. Did I mention she's beautiful too?!
Speaking of beautiful, this fashion diva can be found roaming the aisles of City Market or the Vitamin Cottage with her eco-friendly market bag. Whether you're cruising the Farmer's Market or just supplying up at your local grocer, do it in style. These totes are colorful and sturdy and will hold $10-$50 worth of groceries (depending on where you shop and how organic it is). Hip, happenin', practical, and provocative. Years from now you'll brag that you once owned an original! There are currently 3 left...
I've been using my mom's knitted dish rags for years. I wouldn't use anything else. For one, they remind me of my mom and for two, nothing works better. Seriously, microfiber is a joke. These double as pot holders, whether your pot is cold, hot, or dank. There is an variety of sizes and colors and even a few scrubbies that are really cool because they reming me of ninja throwing stars. (Min D: $8-12)