Make the holidays extra merry and bright for family and friends with a gift they will fa-la-la-la-love, a self-care box from Bochy’s Box. Nourishing the mind, body and soul, a gift from Bochy’s not only inspires self-love, but it’s a gift that makes a difference with 100% of the profits going towards restoring girls rescued from sex trafficking who are staying at Bochy’s Place. The North Texas safe home offers survivors vital counseling and trauma care, medical and dental, basic home necessities, education, job training, and so much more.
In today’s hustle and bustle culture, it is important to prioritize one’s health, happiness, and overall well-being. With a Bochy’s Box, gift recipients will receive a specially-curated box filled with both survivor-made products, including the signature Bochy’s Box candle and affirmation cards, as well as products from companies who support Bochy’s mission. Gift box options include holiday-themed boxes, self-care, and mini self-care boxes. Shipping is available in the Continental United States. Holiday orders should be placed no later than Friday, December 9 to meet shipping deadlines.
This year’s Christmas Box, priced at $84.99, is a merry mix of fun and coziness. This uniquely packaged box includes a “Hope for the Holidays” scented candle that is hand poured by the survivors at Bochy’s Place, a peppermint scented bath salt also made by the survivors, an adorable “All You Need Is Love” scarf, moisturizing butter LONDON lipstick, a Rosy Rings botanical sachet, a DesignWorks Ink project notebook, a Harvest Goods Co. embroidery kit, and other surprises. The Christmas Box is a wonderful, self-care gift box idea for you or your loved one to support personal growth and self-love from the comfort of your home.
Launching in October 2022 is the Comfort Box, a box where sex trafficking survivors have made a majority of the products. Priced at $89.99, it is for anyone going through a hard time such as grief from a loss, healing, or a hard time, and it helps them find healing and restoration while also providing healing and restoration for the survivors at Bochy's Place. The Comfort Box includes a calming lavender sleep spray, peppermint and lemon infused awake spray, a roll-on with a unique blend of essential oils that bring love and joy to the heart, an Earl Grey hot tea blend, soothing oat milk and honey scented candles, intention beads to guide one through the healing process, a mediation journal, and much more.
“Our mission at Bochy’s Box is to create a steady stream of income to fund our safe home, Bochy’s Place,” states Carla Shellis, founder of Bochy’s Place and Bochy’s Box. “Shopping for a cause brings you a double dose of joy. Your loved one will get a unique present they will love, and you’ll appreciate knowing that you are becoming a part of the solution!”
Bochy’s Box is a subsidiary of the 501 ( c ) (3) nonprofit Bochy’s Place, a restoration home for girls rescued from trafficking and exploitation. The mission is to provide a Christ-centered, nurturing family environment to enhance women emotionally, physically, and spiritually according to God's design. Currently, there is a goal to raise $6.9 million to complete a three-year plan and development of the Freedom Center, a safe and secure place for victims of sex trafficking to receive healing, trauma care, job training, education, safe living, and successful reintegration.
To order a Bochy’s Box, visit bochysbox.com. For the latest on new product announcements, follow Bochy’s Box on Facebook and Instagram.
- There is only 1 safe house bed for every 3,773 victims of trafficking in the United States
- There are over 300,000 victims of trafficking in Texas alone and only 60 safe house beds
- It takes Bochy’s Place approximately $34,000 to support one resident for a year excluding housing. Support includes medical, counseling, food, utilities, housing supplies, and more for the survivors
- The average age for a girl to be trafficked is between 12-15
- There are approximately 2 million trafficking victims worldwide
- There are approximately 24.9 million trafficking victims worldwide