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Pride, LGBTQ+ Rights / Woodsy Citrus Scent: Candles for Good

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This vetiver-scented candle raises funds for anti-racism and racial equity related groups; groups rotate every 6 months. 10% of proceeds are donated to the New Orleans Youth Alliance. Fill your home with this warm, history rich scent while raising funds for BIPOC empowerment.

The New Orleans Youth Alliance (NOYA) is the youth development intermediary for the Greater New Orleans area. NOYA works to cultivate a system of high-quality, well-resourced youth development organizations that center on youth leadership and racial equity in their work with young people. NOYA achieves its mission through three key areas of service: program quality and professional development, policy and advocacy, and organizational effectiveness. 

Our 12 oz. candles are hand-poured into recycled glass jars and made of eco coconut soy wax. They have a 60-hour burn time.

The candle's label is made of 100% recycled paper, which is easily removed to either recycle or re-use the jar once the candle is complete. We also offer a $2.50 jar credit in our brick & mortar store.

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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