How does working with Every Good Gift help the women?

By offering free on-site child care, part-time hours, and a work location easily accessible by public transportation, we are removing barriers to work. The supportive environment promotes the development of job, life, parenting, and relationship skills. Choosing to engage in Read More …

Are donations tax deductible?

Yes. Every Good Gift is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. This means that contributions to Every Good Gift are deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.

What is the accountability structure?

There is a Board of Directors consisting of pastors, a lawyer, an accountant, a hospital administrator, and people with expertise in marketing and computers.

What do you sell?

We sell gift baskets, journals, Christmas ornaments, and a variety of sewn items. Visit our shop page to see more. We invite custom orders as well.

Has this ever been done before?

Yes. Jan Martinez created a business, Christ Kitchen, in Spokane, Washington in 1998 for local women living in poverty. The ministry grew from one that simply made dry food mixes to currently operating a deli, a catering business, and a Read More …

Why create a business?

There are many young women who have had a very difficult start in life. They may have grown up in poverty, in foster care, with parents abusing substances or incarcerated, in low-performing schools, and in communities where violence was common. Read More …

Who are the employees?

The employees are young mothers in the Philadelphia area who are living at a maternity residence, have previously lived there, or are being served by a pregnancy resource center. They are pregnant or have a young child.

What is your return policy?

If you need to return an order for any reason, please use our contact form to let us know. When items are returned in excellent condition within 30 days, the purchase price minus shipping costs will be refunded to you. Read More …