Former Liverpool goalkeeper Chris Kirkland’s PositiveParcel launches ‘Hug In a Box’ parcels

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PositiveParcel was launched by ex-Liverpool goalkeeper, Chris Kirkland, and award-winning entrepreneur, Jack Knowles, to offer the nation a hug in a box. To help start your new year off positively, the team have launched a range of new bespoke parcels including His and Hers Parcels and a Vegan Parcel.

The new Vegan Parcel offers a range of vegan treats and a beautifully designed book, ‘How to go Vegan’, that offers facts, tips, advice and recipes. The new ‘His’ and ‘Hers’ boxes (which naturally caught the eye of the His & Hers team!) offer a bespoke selection of treats for loved ones, colleagues, neighbours or anyone that needs their day brightening up. Both boxes come with ‘The Positive Wellness Journal’, an encouraging companion and reminder to bring more positivity into your life. This book helps individuals delve deeper into the subject of self-care and mental wellbeing.

January can be a very difficult time for many people, particularly as Covid dominates the news, the post-Christmas blues kick in and many people struggle financially after stretching themselves over the festive period. We all need to be conscious of each other’s wellbeing and look out for each other especially over the next few months and Positive Parcel has been designed to be a cost-effective and thoughtful way of letting loved ones know you are thinking about them.

Chris Kirkland, Ex Liverpool Goalkeeper and co-founder of PositiveParcel, commented: “Jack and I launched PositiveParcel to give the UK public a simple and thoughtful solution to let someone they care about know they are thinking of them.

“I have always been very open about my struggles with mental health and it so important to share, talk and spread some positivity especially at this time of the year.”

The new range of parcels offer a hug in a box to someone you care about and the team at the PositiveParcel HQ believe that a positive mind brings a positive life. 

PositiveParcel is also donating a percentage of the profits from every parcel to the NHS and a selection of mental health charities.

To find out more or to send someone a PositiveParcel, visit: www.positiveparcel.com  

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