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The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia
The Zinnia

The Zinnia

Starting from

$12.00

The Zinnia is a customizable self-care Compassion Package. Every box includes:

  • Signature floral delivery box, tissue wrapping paper, stylized cardstock insert, and a typed notecard or handwritten card of your choosing. 
  • An optional personalized handwritten follow-up card to the package received from the Here For You team with words of compassion and ideas for resources delivered 1-2 months after your purchase. 
  • You can either customize your box (select Build Your Own option in the drop down menu above) or choose one of our Curated boxes. 

Build Your Own (Starts at $12+) - Build your own box from scratch. The starting price covers the gift packaging, handwritten card, and follow-up card. All add-ons must be added separately. 
 
Bath Box
 (Starts at $60) - Perfect for a loved one who finds refuge in the tub. Includes bath bomb, bath tea, botanical bath soak, and cold-process soap. 

Body Box (Starts at $73) - When body care provides the most comfort, our body box has three pampering products. Includes body oil, face & body mist, and body butter. 

Body Box — For Men (Starts at $73) - This, and any box, is available to anyone. The self-care products in this box have been marketed towards men and may have 'for men' written on them and the products have more woodsy scents. Includes bod butter, aftershave, and mountain mist natural cologne.

Facial Box (Starts at $66) — Self-care products focused on exfoliating and nourishing the face. Includes lip whip, face mask and whipped salt scrub. 

Home Box (Starts at $78) — For someone who finds comfort in the safety and security of home, this box includes a few items to help make home a little cozier. Includes naturally scented soy wax candle, pillow mist, tea sampler and seed-based granola 

These links provide you with more information about the add-ons including product size, scents, and ingredients. 

After Shave (+20) 

Aloe Hand Lotion (+10) 

Bath Bomb (+9) 

Bath Tea (+12) 

Beard Oil (+16)

Bee Balm (+7)

Bod Butter (+18) 

Body Oil (+20)

Botanical Bath Soak (+18)

Cold Process Soap (+9) 

Cuticle Salve (+6) 

Embroidered Journal (+18)

Exfoliating Face Mask (+25) 

Face & Body Mist (+23)

Handpoured Soywax Candle (+22)

Heel Balm ($10.50)

Hot Cocoa ($12.50)

It's OK That You're Not OK ($10)

Lip Whip (+12.50) 

Modern Loss: Candid Conversations About Loss (+15)

Moisturizing Foot Cream (+9) 

Mountain Moon Natural Cologne (+24) 

Navigating Grief Booklet (+4)

Pillow Mist (+23)

Reusable Heating Pad (+20) 

Seed-based Granola (+8) 

Seed-based Protein Bars (+10) 

Seed Bars Variety Pack (+10) 

Shower Steamer Set (+18)

Soap Sampler Set (+18) 

Tea Sampler (+15) 

Travel Coloring Set (+33)

Whipped Body Butter (+20) 

Whipped Salt Scrub (+18) 

Your Story Matters Lined Journal (+15)  

Sympathy/Death/Illness

Thinking of you/Just because


Blank (inside & outside)

Loss of a pet

 

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Compassion Package Tips

And answers to your pressing questions

  • What should I write in my card?

    Be sincere and share how you're feeling without overshadowing their grief.

    Example of sharing your pain in appropriate way: "Desi was such a positive light in my life. His humor brought me so much joy over the years. I will miss him terribly."Example of overshadowing the bereaved's pain: "This is the saddest thing that's ever happened to me — I don't know how I will get through this."

    Share a fond memory if you have one - especially if the card receiver has never heard it. 

    Anything that stands out to you will be special, even if it seems insignificant. 

    Share how you will continue to remember and honor the deceased (examples below)

    "I know Ralph loved key lime pie. Whenever I see it on the menu I'll be sure to order it and think of him." "My children are too young to remember your mom, but I will tell them about those adventurous summers we had camping together. I'm going to teach them how to light a campfire, just like how she taught me."

    If you want to offer help, be specific. If you can make a commitment, do it. 

    Avoid (at all costs) 'call me if you need me' - this puts the burden of action on the person you are trying to help. They will never call you. Offer a concrete way to help. Try 'I will bring you dinner next week', or 'I can watch the kids for you on Friday morning' and follow up on your offer. If you are in a position to offer ongoing support, don't be shy about sharing what you can do. For example, "I am home every Sunday afternoon. I would love to have your kids over to our house on the weekend so you have time to yourself. They are welcome any and all Sundays." Or, "What would be more helpful, if I bring over dinner every Friday or take your dog for hikes instead?"

    Avoid all platitudes. Common examples

    -You're strong

    -You will get through this

    -They're in a better place

    -They'll always be with you/in your heart

    -At least they....(didn't suffer, are no longer suffering, didn't know what was happening, had a chance to say goodbye, etc. etc. etc.)

    -May your memories bring you comfort

    -Everything happens for a reason/God needed an angel/God wouldn't give you more than you can handle


    It is best not to mention what I'll call religious comfort. Keep in mind that people who find comfort in their faith may not find comfort in statements like the ones I've listed above in the very early days after a loss. It is best to err on the side of caution and leave them out.

    Many of the religious statements or platitudes listed above are not really about about offering support. They're encouraging the bereaved to accept their new reality or express gratitude during heartache. Platitudes essentially come across as minimizing the bereaved's pain. 

    The advice listed above is just that — one person's advice. These are tips are based on what I've learned after speaking with many bereaved people, and also having written hundreds of cards myself. Trust your gut, and use these recommednations as a guide. 

  • How quickly will the package arrive?

    Most packages will reach their destination within 1-3 business days. If you select UPS Ground, it can take up to 5 days for the Compassion Package to be delivered.

    If you need guaranteed 1-2 day delivery, please choose Priority Mail Express or UPS Next Day Air at checkout (there will be an additional charge). 

    During the checkout process, you will receive a shipping estimate before the sale is finalized. Approximately 90-95% of orders arrive by the estimated shipping date. 

    If your order qualifies for free shipping, we will always select an option that estimates a 1-3 day delivery. 

  • I need to sent multiple packages — how do I do this?

    At this time we cannot process multiple destinations within one order. Please make each package a separate order.