Grab curated gift boxes featuring products from local business and support the Northern Initiative for Social Action (NISA) at the time this Christmas season.
“Gifted Sudbury has partnered with local artisans, makers and food vendors to create a holiday box that will benefit NISA this holiday season,” the group told Sudbury.com.
Sarah Hunnisett-Mynerich, the founder of Gifted Sudbury, said with only 100 boxes available, the boxes will sell out quickly.
“Boxes are filled with items perfect for gift giving from a variety of Sudbury small businesses, so not only are we supporting local shops, but a portion of the proceeds will be donated to NISA,” Hunnisett-Mynerich said in a news release. “You could give the holiday box as one big gift or break it up into a bunch of little gifts.”
Boxes sell for $100 and are available online at GiftedSudbury.square.site.
Those who purchase a box can pick it up at NISA on Dec. 15 or Dec. 18. Boxes can also be delivered for a $5 fee during the weekend of Dec. 15-17.
“A portion of the proceeds from the boxes will make a significant difference and empower us all to create positive changes for NISA this holiday season.”
NISA is an organization run by and for people with lived experiences of mental health challenges in Greater Sudbury.