Where Does Your Money Go?

At our organization, we firmly believe in the power of community and collaboration. We embrace the concept of  it takes a village and recognize that by working together, we can achieve great things. Whether it’s addressing social issues, supporting local businesses, or fostering a sense of belonging, we strive to make a positive social impact.

One of the ways we ensure that our resources are utilized effectively is by being mindful of our spending habits. We understand the importance of financial responsibility and the need to allocate our funds wisely. We carefully evaluate every expenditure, ensuring that it aligns with our mission and goals. We prioritize investments that will have a lasting and meaningful impact on the community we serve.

By avoiding unnecessary expenses, we can maximize the value of every dollar we spend. We believe in being good stewards of our resources, making sure that they are utilized in the most efficient and impactful manner. This approach allows us to stretch our budget further and reach more individuals and organizations in need.

Furthermore, we actively seek out partnerships and collaborations to leverage our resources and expertise. By pooling our efforts with other like-minded organizations, we can achieve greater outcomes than we could on our own. We understand that by working together, we can create a stronger and more resilient community.

In summary, our commitment to the phrase “it takes a village” drives our actions and decision-making. We are dedicated to making a positive difference in our community and ensuring that our resources are utilized effectively. By being mindful of our spending and fostering collaborations, we strive to create a better future for all.

We want to make sure that everyone can afford what they need. We don’t need to overcharge since we spend money very carefully. Our cost to do business is high, so making sure everything business wise is taken care of first is our main priority.

My frugal parents raised me, and our family is frugal. My parents grew up in the city of Newark, New Jersey towards the end of the Great Depression. My parents were both born in 1937, so I have older parents than most people my age. I was born in 1975, so I experience a lot of benefits from having older parents.

I was taught to open doors for women and also pull out chairs. Being raised with good manners and respect for women is great. It’s always important to treat others with kindness and respect, regardless of gender.

I was taught to only spend the money I have. I should never borrow money I don’t have in the bank. My father was a real estate agent until I was 10, so I had some education available early.

First Small Business

I had many business ideas over the years. However, I was unsure of the type of business structure I wanted. I also had difficulty deciding which products or services to offer.

Most people don’t know that I started my first small business when I was 6 years old. My first small business was crafts!

I made wreaths and candy canes from beads, lace, and pipe cleaners. I used to stand in front of a local store in 1981 and sell these right before Christmas each year. I was so happy to still have some of these I made 40 years ago. I have some family members that still put them on the Christmas tree each year.

Kratom Products from Southeast Asia must have been what I was working towards all of these years. The effects of kratom have been amazing and I am happy to still be here doing what I love since 2016! Mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine are the alkaloids from kratom mitragyna speciosa.

Owning a small business requires me to take out loans at times. I always make sure that I don’t borrow more than I can afford to repay. A successful business should be supporting those less fortunate who deserve it.

My point is Christopher’s Organic Botanicals genuinely cares about people and our communities. I promise to always do my best to help those in need.

We care about kratom and we care about you. We promise to keep kratom prices affordable. We should not go broke trying to buy kratom.

Christopher’s Organic Botanicals supports the following charitable organizations:


Please reach out to Christopher’s Organic Botanicals with any questions or concerns about your order:

(609) 202-6880 Call or Text

(856) 581-1265 Call or Text


Christopher’s Organic Botanicals

PO Box 281

Deepwater, New Jersey 08023

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