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NaturAll Club Week of Giving 2019

Our mission at NaturAll Club is to make products with integrity, while fostering and uplifting our community. We take our commitment to our community very seriously, which is why we are hosting our third Week of Giving. We will be donating a portion of our profits to Mighty Writers for the third consecutive year. 

As you may know, Mighty Writers (MW) is a non-profit organization that teaches Philadelphia kids ages 7-17 to think clearly and write with clarity so that they can achieve success at school, work and in life.

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We believe that writing is a magical power that has transformed thousands of lives. Fuzzy futures become clear, relationships build and leadership skills emerge. With eyes keenly fixed on the prize, Mighty kids graduate high school and go to college.

Today, Might Writers serves more than 3,000 children in the Philadelphia community. In a time when our politicians and news professionals are arguing about the very nature of facts, learning how to think and write clearly is more important than ever. Mighty Writers provides programs that support and foster students’ critical thinking skills and their ability to differentiate real news from fake, real facts from opinions. 

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Education is very valuable here at NaturAll Club, and we want to make sure that every child is receiving the resources they need in order to further their education. 

Please join us in our week of giving. A portion of every purchase made by next week will go directly to Mighty Writers. Click here to shop. Alternatively, we encourage you to give directly at

Muhga Eltigani

Muhga Eltigani

After years of using products that left her hair dry, damaged, and dull, Muhga Eltigani decided to chop off her hair and start over. For 6 months, she committed to using only natural ingredients on her hair- foods from her fridge and the grocery store with names she recognized, like avocados, olive oil, coconut, baking soda, and even eggs. She found support through an online community of women like her, sharing recipes and ingredients on Youtube.

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