Stash Chamomile Nights Herbal Tea, Caffeine Free  Stash Chamomile Daytime Herbal Tea, Caffeine Free  EO Lavender Hand Sanitizer Spray  Rule Breaker Vegan Blondie Brownie Cookie 1.9 oz.  Natures Bakery Vegan Whole Wheat Fig Bars 2 oz.  Nature's Bandits Vegan Fruit & Veggie Stix 1 oz.  Southing Touch Vegan Vanilla Rose Lip Balm  Bunny James "Hug in a Mug" Ceramic Mug  Bunny James Super Soft & Comfy Women's Socks  Inspired Designs Coloring Book  Liquid Mark Coloring Pencils  Bunny James Custom Get Well Soon Card
What Can I Expect In My Vegan Get Well Soon Gift Box?
Bunny James Get Well Soon Care Package is 16 items hand-picked to help a sickly loved one stay nourished, relaxed, and busy!
Includes a fun mix of healthy snacks, plush colorful comfy socks, gourmet calming tea for our unique “hug in a mug”, natural self-care items, and a motivational coloring book to keep your mind occupied in bed or the hospital.
Perfect for all sicknesses, at home, in hospital, or grieving: Being pampered when we’re sick helps us recover. In this feel better gift box, we took the approach of nourishing the mind, body, and tummy.
This gift box is for our friends and family in the hospital, home sick with a cold, or grieving a death or loss.
Quality, Quality, Quality - This box is made with handpicked premium items (no fillers and no junk guaranteed).
Arrives looking like a miniature garden and includes multi-colored grass, custom poem, and a heartfelt story. The perfect gift for any vegan or plant based loved one.
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Before Sending You may be surprised to hear how often gifts sent to hospitals do not reach the patient. Incorrectly addressed packages are usually the reason. Forgetting to include a room number, department, or including multiple recipient names can lead to delivery disasters!
To insure your gift will be delivered on-time, include the recipient’s room number or department on the package. For example, add “maternity ward” or “Intensive Care Unit” after the hospital name in the delivery address. Also, make sure the hospital’s address is written correctly. Some hospitals require a building name or other information listed in the address.
When in doubt, call the hospital to ask for their delivery policies or check the hospital’s website for delivery instructions. Always ask how your package should be addressed. It’s the best way to avoid delivery delays that could cause your gift to be returned.