Sympathy Gift Company, Spoonful of Comfort, Announces Care Packages
Gift giving legends, Spoonful of Comfort, announce an innovative twist on giving thoughtful gifts during times of need.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRUnderground) March 24th, 2015
It’s hard to know what to do when someone close has lost a loved one. Some people crave company. Others want to be left alone. But all can appreciate a kind word and gesture; that’s the notion behind a sympathy package from Spoonful of Comfort.
“A warm bowl of soup is universally comforting,” says Marti Wymer, company founder. “It is not flippant, nor is it perceived as depressing; soup can strike just the right tone of caring at a very emotional time.” Spoonful of Comfort aims to make gifts highly personal, so in addition to providing a hand-written note on behalf of the sender, the company offers thoughtful items such as a guardian angel token or a meditation book for times of grief.
Every Spoonful of Comfort gift package includes a generous 64-oz. jar of classic Chicken Noodle or a seasonal soup, a half dozen rolls and cookies, and a ladle for serving. The meal can be prepared without any fuss and provides ample servings for a family, or it can be heated as needed by an individual. It’s a gift much appreciated as a simple, satisfying meal when appetites and energies are often not focused on cooking.
A thoughtful alternative to flowers, Spoonful of Comfort sympathy packages begin at $59.99. Place orders at 877-404-7678 or customize a package at www.SpoonfulOfComfort.com.
This package is just one of many thoughtful gift ideas Spoonful of Comfort has been simmering up since 2008. The company is dedicated to the memory of Mona Bowes: mother, friend, and chicken soup connoisseur.
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Soup is just one of many thoughtful gift ideas Spoonful of Comfort has been simmering up since 2008. The company is dedicated to the memory of Mona Bowes: mother, friend, and chicken soup connoisseur.