All proceeds go to Natural Resource Defense Counsel
You'll not only be bucking years of wasteful wrapping tradition and get a snazzy Holiday Blindfold™, you'll be doubling down on your gift to Mother Earth.
So, it wouldn't be inappropriate to tell friends, family or enemies that you are a philanthropist. Go ahead and add Philanthropist to your business card. You philanthropist, you.
Over half of the paper the U.S. consumes each year is used to wrap gifts.
Gift wrapping sales in the U.S. totaled $9.36 billion in 2010 (more than the combined GDP of Africa’s 9 poorest countries).
One of the problems with traditional wrapping paper is that its dying and lamination process make recycling difficult.
Creating over 25 million tons of waste.
That’s over 600 million trees cut down.