Using candles to empower women and end poverty

It started over cannoli in a small bakery in Northampton, Massachusetts. Ted Barber and his business comrade, Amber Chand, knew they wanted to help put an end to poverty and that investing in women in places of conflict and chaos was where they wanted to start. The product needed to be easy to make at home, scalable and be sold for a living wage. With absolutely no experience in candle-making, Ted and Amber launched a…

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Using candles to empower women and end poverty

It started over cannoli in a small bakery in Northampton, Massachusetts. Ted Barber and his business comrade, Amber Chand, knew they wanted to help put an end to poverty and that investing in women in places of conflict and chaos was where they wanted to start. The product needed to be easy to make at home, scalable and be sold for a living wage. With absolutely no experience in candle-making, Ted and Amber launched a…

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