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Holiday Gift Guide: Send to Thank a Teacher

This year, teachers are putting in so much extra time and effort to restructure their teaching plans and create at-home and remote learning, so it feels like they deserve special recognition.  Send a thoughtful gift package to acknowledge and thank them for their efforts. Full Product Details (Female Gift Package) WonderWoman Socks from Knee-high socks that feature a Wonder Woman design, decorated with stars and colored in her iconic colors of red, yellow and blue. The socks a feature a small red cape hanging from the back. (Male Gift Package) Superman Crew Socks With Cape from These Superman Crew Socks With Cape make your feet appear to be DC Comics' Man of Steel! These socks have a sewn on cape....

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Beyond Flowers and Food Was a "Hero of the Day"

Being named a “Hero of the Day” by Good Day New York on Fox5 in New York City is quite an honor, since there are so many people and companies doing extraordinary things right now. They selected us because we donated our "Send to Thank a Frontline Hero" packages to some of the ICU nurses at a local hospital in one of the hardest-hit areas of New York. (Read more about why nurses hold a special meaning for us and how the drop went.) But all of the accolades deserve to go to the hero nurses on the frontlines. Keep up the good work! 

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Thanking Our Local Hospital Heroes

This week is National Nurses Week, and to thank some of these brave men and women, we donated 25 of our “Send to Thank a Frontline Hero” packages to a local hospital.  We delivered them this morning to the ICU nurses at a hospital in the hardest-hit area of Westchester County, which is where we live.    Our mother was a nurse and we know firsthand what a special breed they are.  Compassion, strength, intelligence, kindness and courage seem to be their universal traits.  This Coronavirus pandemic have forced these nurses to risk their lives to protect the lives of others.  They are “heroes” in its truest definition.  So we wanted to do something to give them a boost …...

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Staying Together While We’re Apart

We are based in New York – both of us living within 17 miles of Manhattan, which everyone knows is the epicenter of the Covid-19 outbreak in the United States. At least it is currently.We are on lockdown and staying as far away from each other as we can. If you knew our family, you would understand that this is actually super challenging. We’re the “celebrate every birthday with a get together” kind of people. The “come over for Sunday dinner” sort. And the “grandpa attends all sporting events and school plays” kind of crew. So not being able to casually see each other whenever we want has been hard. Of course, this is a minor sacrifice to make compared...

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Living in Life’s Most “Difficult Time”

When we were creating our business idea, one of our driving concepts was connection. We challenged ourselves to create ways that people can connect and support someone when they are struggling, often times when they can’t physically be there. We imagined scenarios like your best friend who lives across the country getting a cancer diagnosis, and you can’t help her by jumping in on the MealTrain or babysitting her kids. Or a scenario in which your close colleague’s father passes away and you can’t attend the funeral because you’re not in the same state. What can you do then? How can you show support? We knew people would want an alternative to sending flowers or food during those times –...

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