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Our Part

At Just-Grateful, we're not just passionate about gratitude – we're dedicated to embodying it in every aspect of our business. From the seeds of our ideas to the finished products in your hands, we prioritize sustainability and environmental stewardship. 

As we grow, so does our leverage. We continue to challenge our existing suppliers to provide sustainable solutions and are actively seeking out new suppliers that align with our mission to do better.

Our commitment to ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) principles is evident in our production processes. We prioritize sustainability by recycling shipping materials, repurposing leftover materials, and minimizing waste at every stage of production. By embracing eco-consciousness, we not only reduce our carbon footprint but also foster a deeper connection to the planet we call home. Through our support for mental health initiatives, we actively promote social responsibility and strive to make a positive impact across all aspects of our business and beyond.

Giving Back

Beyond sustainability, we're committed to giving back – 2% of every purchase supports mental health organizations.

We believe in the ripple effect of gratitude, starting from within and extending outward to enrich lives and communities. By promoting mindfulness, gratitude, and sustainable living, our brand seeks to enhance mental well-being.

 

Our mission emphasizes the interconnectedness of humanity and the importance of supporting mental health initiatives as part of our broader commitment to social responsibility. Together, let's prioritize mental wellness and foster a brighter, more compassionate world.

Gratitude, Pass it on
Just-Grateful is a movement, a lifestyle. And with your help, we can work together to help pass on gratitude to the world around us. 
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We Support

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

Website: www.nami.org
NAMI HelpLine: www.nami.org/helpline or 800-950-NAMI (6264)
Twitter: @NAMICommunicate
Facebook: www.facebook.com/nami

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