Household essentials with a personal touch. The items in our Compassion Packages were chosen to keep the person you care about from having to run to the store in the coming days. They're here when they need them. More on why we selected these items.
The brands in the box were chosen because they are made with recycled content or can be recycled.
We provide practical gifts and advice for supporting your friends and family during life's toughest transitions. If ever there were a time to give someone a gift they actually need, it is during a crisis.About Us
When one of my close friends lost a family member I wanted to send him something more personal, and more useful, than flowers. The package was so good that the family reached out to me to thank me and explain how wonderful the gift was. They were having family over and ended up needing most of the items in the package.
Here For You offered me a wonderful gift option for a dear friend who was in the thick of grief. It is often difficult to figure out what a person might need or want after a loss and I was very grateful to find Here For You. It really allowed me to show my care in a practical and thoughtful way and I was able to give her items that she actually needed! I highly recommend this gift box!
The Zinnia came in the most beautiful box you can imagine--a sea of vibrantly outlined blooms that will never wilt. It was the type of support I needed but did not know I wanted. Nothing will wilt, nothing will spoil, it will wait for me to be ready to engage in a bath soak, to light a candle, to heal.
My mother's cousin passed away very suddenly and I purchased a Here For You box for her husband and daughters. We're Jews and were going to be sitting Shiva - which these boxes seem practically made for. As soon as the box arrived I got a text from our cousin's husband who was blown away by how helpful this box was. He wrote, 'Got the package - thank you. The perfect thing to send.'
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