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February 2022 Newsletter


HAPPY 2ND ANNIVERSARY TO WE FILL GOOD!

We opened on February 1st, 2020. Can you believe that it has been two years already?

I know what you are thinking- how many weeks of normal did we have?  Exactly 6 weeks of normal and then 98 weeks of these crazy times!  But we survived and I feel so fortunate that we continue to grow our business and customers.
Honestly, the store helped me more than I ever imagined it would. It has been so much easier for me to mentally get through this pandemic. 
You all have been so wonderful and the conversations we have in the store have gotten me through even my tough days!
So - Thank You*Thank You*Thank You


Stuff you are going to want to know about We Fill Good:

1)  2nd Anniversary stuff to know
2)  Pop-up this Saturday!
3)  Valentines Gifts to Skip & options that You'll
       Feel Good About Giving
4)  Rihanna Donates $15 Million to Climate Justice

HERE ARE SOME OF THE STATS FROM OUR 2nd YEAR MOVING OUR COMMUNITY TOWARDS MORE SUSTAINABLE OPTIONS!  MORE DETAILS ON FB AND INSTAGRAM POSTS:


TO SHOW YOU ALL OUR LOVE FOR YOU AND THE PLANET, YOUR 12TH REFILL IS ON US!
Planning on gifting Feb 14th & want to show your love for the planet also?

Let's skip these few items in favor of planet friendly options:

1) BALLOONS - these end up in waterways, oceans & parklands
2) CHOCOLATE NOT ETHICALLY SOURCED - child labor, deforestation & poverty
3) SYNTHETIC TEDDY BEARS - these have toxic chemicals
4) FLOWERS FLOWN IN FROM OUTSIDE US - transportation is the largest source of green house gases
5) CARDS WITH GLITTER & PLASTIC - micro plastics end up in our oceans
Sustainable Val/Gal/Palentine's Day Gift Guide
Gifts That You'll Feel Good About Giving! 
IN THE NEWS -
Rihanna is donating $15 million to organizations that champion climate justice.

The singer is donating the money through her Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF), which she founded in 2012 and describes itself as supporting climate resilience and justice in the US and Caribbean.  
“At the Clara Lionel Foundation, much of the work is rooted in the understanding that climate disasters, which are growing in frequency and intensity, do not impact all communities equally, with communities of color and island nations facing the brunt of climate change,” Robyn “Rihanna” Fenty said in a press release. “This is why CLF prioritizes both climate resilience and climate justice work across the U.S. and Caribbean.” 
https://www.ecowatch.com/rihanna-donates-climate-justice.html
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A quick apology for any typos or grammar errors 

Peace, Love & Refilling for the planet -
Marla

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