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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Monthly Subscription Box Teaches Children About Black History Year Round — Not Just in February!

— Heritage Box celebrates one year of delivering culture, history, and pride! —

Heritage Box

The Heritage Box Inventor Spotlight box

Nationwide — What if year round we could impart our history to our children? We would raise a proud, self -aware and empowered generation! Heritage Box delivers such a tool for families. Heritage Box provides families with a tool that will keep children engaged YEAR ROUND, not just in February during Black History Month. Each box is designed to build self-pride and enhance children’s understanding of their heritage.

The monthly boxes are specially curated for children to ensure they receive age appropriate books and activities. Each month is an exciting cultural adventure that all children will love!

In 2016, their families received travel boxes on the following Zimbabwe, Botswana, Tanzania, South Africa and Kenya. They also received themed boxes on Ancient Africa, Kings and Queens of Africa, Invasion of Africa, Pre-Columbus exploration of the world by Africans. They look forward to continuing their exploration of Black people’s history and visiting more African countries this year!

In honor of Black History Month, their new subscribers will be receiving an Inventor Spotlight box which has been receiving rave reviews from our subscribers! It comes with 2 books on the inventions of African Americans, flashcards highlighting our achievements, a bookmark, pencil, bracelet, coloring book, a 3D custom made puzzle activity set where children get to learn about 4 inventions in the field of light about African Americans (the lamp bulb carbon filament, lantern, on/off switch, traffic light). Older children also get to build an electric circuit to go with the puzzle! The package comes will all the supplies needed for the activities.


About Heritage Box
The founders of Heritage Box are parents of young children who were passionate about teaching their children their history and about Africa. It proved challenging to do this consistently, and they realized that a lot of other parents had the same challenges. Parents who adopt children of African heritage also face this challenge, and were in need of such a tool. So, Heritage Box was created to aid families in raising self-aware and confident children! For more details, visit www.heritage-box.com


Trish Lewis, CEO
Heritage Box
(717) 814-9840