About
Hippie Mama Gifts

Take the guess work out of gift giving

earth friendly      locally made       organic

 

Hey there, my name is Jenna and I am the owner/operator of Hippie Mama Gifts and creator of our Bodhi Product line. My compamy features earth friendly and locally made items curated in one of my handmade wood gift basket crates.

When our son was born in 2019 my views on the deteriorating condition of our earth and the toxic chemicals used in our homes changed drastically. Since then, I have been on a slow & constant journey to imporve my families quality of life and to reduce our carbon footprint one step at a time. From growing as much of our own food as possible and composting instead of putting scraps in the trash to using non-toxic biodegradable cleaners/products and switching body products to natural earth friendly ones, we are sowly achieving our goal of being a more earth conscious family.

When I was cooking up the idea for my business I wanted it to reflect everything we believe in and are doing in our personal lives. It needed to be earth loving and community supporting to the core.... and so Hippie Mama Gifts was born. 

We deal with amazing companies who are doing their part to provide organic & earth friendly alternatives for earth/body harming products. Many of these entrepreneurs donate a portion of proceeds to local/world wide charities! These people are really out to make a difference and it blows my mind that I get the chance to be a part of what they are doing.

I saw Hippie Mama as an oppertunity to bring a unique style of gift giving to a small community with big dreams of it eventually becoming a Canada wide movement. My goal is to introduce as many eco friendly, sustainably sourced, locally made items to people with hopes they switch just one of the items they use on the daily to a more earth friendly alternative. Hippie Mamas goal is to make earthfriendly choices easier, one gift at a time. 

"We dont need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly, we need millions doing it imperfectly."

Anne-Marie Bonneau

Meditating in Nature