1. Glass boba/regular straws: Hand crafted, locally made glass straws with tippy tip!
Museum of Tomorrow worked closely with Pacific Glassblowing Co. to develop this durable glass straw that comes with a tippy tip to poke through your boba drinks! Donate to receive your very own!
The best part: see-through to ensure cleanliness and health for you! Get a straw of your choice when you donate to the Museum of Tomorrow!
2. Bumbler: The boba tea tumbler
Receive up to 25 cents off your boba drink at your local boba shop when you bring your own cup! Dual layers to ensure the coolness of your drink.
1. Alter Eco Chocolates: Sustainably grown and equitably traded
Just like its name, Alter Eco not only replant and conserve a portion of the Peruvian Amazon, but also adopts regenerative agricultural practices on cacao farming which ensures biodiversity and carbon sequestration (actively sucks up carbon)!
Receive up to three flavors of chocolate bars when you donate to the Museum of Tomorrow! Just tell us your preferred flavors!
2. Acari Fish Jerky: Wild-caught invasive species fish jerky that tastes like beef
As an invasive fish, every delicious bite of El Diablito helps to restore the natural ecosystem. No concerns of overfishing or fish farming here! El Diablito is the jerky you crave, without the guilt of traditional meat jerky.
Message and place your order on their Instagram @acarifish to receive 10% off with MOT if you live in the US. Use code “MOT” if you are based in Canada!
1. CouralCare: Ocean Friendly Skincare
Protect your skin, protect the ocean with these 100% plant based and vegan ingredients that do not harm coral reefs when you go scub a diving!
Use code “MOTPOP” to receive 10% off your order!
2. LL Supply: 100% Upcycled/Recycled Textile
At LL Supply, we believe lifestyle over luxury. These clothing are made better for the people, planet and the community. Check out their fashionable beanie made of 100% recycled plastic bottles in which we already lost 2 on our first day of opening!
Code “NEWBLACK” with 10% off
3. Mable: Biodegradable Toothbrush Made of Bamboo
In the U.S. alone, one billion of those make it into the earth’s landfills and oceans. Now think about this: because of the painfully slow rate that plastic decomposes, every plastic toothbrush that’s ever been made…still exists.