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Cherish, Mardi Gras Indians / Oak Moss Scent: Candles for Good

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This light, refreshing Oak Moss Sandalwood Scent raises funds for supporting some of New Orleans' most cherished cultural traditions: Mardi Gras Indians, Baby Dolls, Skull and bone gangs, and Jazz funerals.

10% of proceeds are donated to the Backstreet Cultural Museum, who are dedicated to protecting and perpetuating New Orleans' unique culture. As New Orleans has become a more expensive place to live, many of the people that make our city what it is have found it more and more difficult to afford living here thus endangering its unique culture.

This lovely scent reminds me of the breezes and the scents you notice while walking the streets of New Orleans - breezy Oak Moss with a little woodsy hint in there too.

Our 12 oz. candles have a 60 hour burn time. They are hand poured into recycled glass jars and made of a blend of local beeswax / U.S. grown eco soy. 

The candle's label is made of 100% recycled paper and designed to be easily removed in order for the recycled glass jars to easily be reused once the candles have burned away.

Dimensions: 5" Height, 3" Diameter

Care Instructions: Please burn candles for at least one hour for the first lighting in order to maintain a consistent and even burn for the life of the candle.

 

 

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Goods that Matter creates everyday design goods, with extraordinary impact. Proud to be a B-Corp & to have donated $57K to date. We provide a trusted home for eco-conscious consumers to purchase the highest quality, eco-friendly, handmade-in-America goods for everyday use. Each Matter product is handmade in the U.S., of eco-friendly materials, & gives back to unique social and environmental causes. Tippy Tippens is the Founder and Chief Eternal Optimist of Goods that Matter. She is a social entrepreneur, designer, and consultant who is passionate about building sustainable and equitable growth and fighting climate change. She is honored to be in the GOOD 100, 2013, named as one of 100 people pushing the world forward.
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