do good! goods blog
Spring is coming! February 17, 2017 14:31do good! goods will be returning to the St. Rose of Lima School annual Sip Into Summer fundraising event on Saturday, May 13th in Thomasville, PA
Farmer's Market in Washington Borough, NJ June 06, 2016 22:04
do good! goods will be back at the Washington Borough Farmer's Market on Saturday June 11.
Azalea Festival, Wilmington, NC April 08, 2016 01:53do good! goods is setting up shop at the Azalea Festival in Wilmington, NC on April 8th through the 10th!
Upcoming event - PA Garden Show of York February 01, 2016 13:28do good! goods will be at The PA Garden Show of York on March 4, 5 and 6. It will be a wonderful opportunity to think SPRING and purchase one of our colorful, sun catching up-cycled wind chimes for your garden!
Upcoming event in Newton, NJ! December 17, 2015 12:53do good! goods will be selling our unique line of quality, eco-friendly products at the Holiday Craft Fair in Newton, NJ on Saturday, December 19. Great opportunity for some last minute holiday gift shopping! Come, shop and do good!
Holiday drink sweaters are now in stock! November 26, 2015 12:04Looking for a unique gift for teachers and stocking stuffers? Check out our colorful holiday drink sweaters! Or you might consider a gift of four seasonal colors which have been specially packaged in a buy 3, get 1 free bundle.
NJ Festival of Ballooning July 22, 2015 21:44
do good! goods will be at the NJ Festival of Ballooning on Friday, July 24th through the Sunday, July 26th at the Solberg Airport in Readington, NJ. If you're in the area, stop by our booth and see our latest product additions!
The first post December 03, 2014 22:03
do good! goods is excited to unveil our first products! Our do good! Candles and Lantern product line are produced by our artisan entrepreneurs in Rutherford County, NC. These products will debut in January 2015 and are made by repurposing discarded wine bottles. These one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted items are unique gifts and complement any décor. All do good! good purchases directly support our artisans and their families by providing much needed revenue to this economically depressed Appalachian region.