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Holiday Gift Ideas that Support the Peace Corps Community from Three RPCV Entrepreneurs Doing Good

Chocolate + Superfoods + Beauty Products — and ways to support the Peace Corps community. Shop at Beyond Good, Kuli Kuli, and Shea Yeleen through December 5 and NPCA will receive 20 percent of the online sales.

 

By NPCA Staff

 

This holiday season, treat friends, family, and yourself to some delicious treats and handcrafted beauty products — from a few RPCV entrepreneurs who have been inspired by Peace Corps service to shape successful businesses. Stock up on their products through December 5 and help support the Peace Corps community.

Inspired by founder Tim McCollum’s Peace Corps experience in Madagascar, BEYOND GOOD (formerly Madécasse) is on a mission to change the way the world experiences chocolate and vanilla. Beyond Good produces the finest heirloom chocolate and is the only brand in the U.S. making bean-to-bar chocolate in Africa.

Founded by RPCV Lisa Curtis, KULI KULI creates healthy moringa superfood snacks and powders. Try out Kuli Kuli's new Dark Chocolate Peppermint SuperBark for a cozy treat. Or send a delicious Holiday Kit to a loved one, complete with a customized handwritten note. Make your purchase using this link to get 5 percent off your purchase and Kuli Kuli will donate 20 percent of the sale to NPCA.

Founded and consciously designed by RPCV Rahama Wright, SHEA YELEEN produces ethically-sourced, organic and natural handcrafted skincare that nourishes more than just your skin — each purchase directly contributes to the financial empowerment of women in Ghana, building stronger communities.

Shop December 2–5 and Beyond Good, Kuli Kuli, and Shea Yeleen will donate 20 percent of sales to NPCA in honor of the Peace Corps and its ongoing mission. Shop chocolate, superfood products, and skincare products.

 

Note: This is a promotion by Beyond Good, Kuli Kuli, and Shea Yeleen. NPCA does not endorse the products or services of Beyond Good, Kuli Kuli, and Shea Yeleen.