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  • Ron Hutchcraft Ministries

    Save The Earth Fresh Mint Gum Tube from Project 7//Did you know you can help plant trees while chewing gum? Project 7 exists to make everyday products that give back to seven areas for good around the globe. Feed the Hungry, Heal the Sick, Hope for Peace, House the Homeless, Quench the Thirsty, Teach them Well and Save the Earth.

  • sophia source

    Project 7 makes great products for a great cause - purchasing this yummy gum helps plant much-needed fruit trees!

  • Jenn Buechel

    Save The Earth Fresh Mint 55ct. Gum Tube - Project 7

  • Sarah Seelan

    Plant With Purpose is partnering with Project 7 by selling gum. Buy their gum and be a part of planting fruit trees in haiti!

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