the happy boxes project.


Empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
women through alleviating the barriers
of accessing basic needs.

A Rommer smoothie cup with a straw on it.
about the cause.

women in our own backyard are going without basic toiletries. accessibility to simple items like deodorant, shampoo and soap prove challenging when the closest store can be up to 1000km away.

so we are proud to announce we have partnered
with Happy Boxes Project to donate $1 from each biglittlegift ordered to be donated to
this amazing organisation.

A Rommer smoothie cup in melon, with a wooden straw, sitting on a black background.
why the happy boxes project?

we want to send as many Happy Boxes filled with self care products as possible. to provide women, regardless of their location and situation, the enjoyment of life’s little luxuries that we regularly take for granted.

Matriarchs are the backbone of communities, Mothers, Sisters, Aunties, Grandmothers; all trying to support their families in adverse circumstances, quite often pouring from an empty cup.

if just one Happy Box can fill one person’s cup, then what we do is more than worthwhile.
The Happy Boxes Project aim to:
- support the empowerment of women through alleviating the barriers of accessing basic needs, provide opportunities for women to build capacity for individual and community development;
- and provide opportunities for women to share story and create connection to nurture positive mental health.