Our Good Causes
One For Her
One For Her is a registered NZ charity fighting to end period poverty. Collection points are set up across NZ where they are then passed on to organisations who get the much needed period products to people who really need them.
With the advancement in technology of planet friendly products we will look to target our donation towards sustainable, reusable products.
If you can afford to, please consider buying 'one for her' next time you're in the supermarket.
To find your nearest collection point please visit
Down To Earth Kiwis NZ
DTEKNZ is a non profit organisation managing family-friendly, environmental clean ups.
They spend a lot of time removing rubbish from our beaches - in and out of the water as well as raising awareness on how to be a tidy Kiwi. They are all about setting an example and looking after our environment for future generations.
For more information please visit
Essentially Men is an organisation close to our hearts. They run life-changing courses which give men the tools to become better people, better partners and better fathers.
Their purpose is to connect and inspire men.
Their approach is experiential, holistic and 100% New Zealand-grown in response to the needs and diversity of men in New Zealand. They conduct events for men of all ages and foster an ethos of men supporting each other within the context of their whanau and community. They encourage community development, a culture of service, and respect for women.
For more information please visit
$1600 donated in 2019
In 2016 our daughter was born very early and subsequently spent the first few months of her life in hospital. As parents this was one of the toughest times of our lives. The Neonatal Trust based in Auckland Hospital was there for us as a parents support network. They put on small events such as afternoon teas and 5 minute massages if we wanted a short break from our incubator-side positions. They offer many services to parents including a recently introduced coffee group where parents and babies can go to talk through their trauma.
Wraps For Good was born very organically out of a strong desire to help. Help our planet, help people choose a reusable, environmentally-friendly product and also support really heart-warming causes in our community.
Our aim is to provide an excellent alternative to plastic wrap that is affordable and continue to give inspiration on the different ways to use them.
We strive to offer really high quality wraps in designs you'll love. We often change our fabric patterns depending on supply and season.
What people are saying
“I use them to wrap my cheese in, cover my homemade pate and wrap my Vogel bread to keep it fresh. I also found yesterday that they keep half and avocado beautifully fresh. Love these wraps”.
"I love these wraps for the kids’ lunchboxes! Great for keeping sandwiches fresh. They are really easy to use and last for ages."
Bridget, North Shore
“Loving these beautiful colourful wraps. Super easy to use instead of cling wrap in all ways, to cover plates/unfinished meals, wrap whole foods (peeled carrot/apple etc.) or sandwiches. Hubby finds them easy to wash too”.
How do they work?
Beeswax wraps are used just like cling film, but better because they are reusable. Use your hands to mold the wrap around your food or dish. The warmth of your hands will allow the wax to soften slightly giving it a good stick. Note when it's a bit cooler in the air it may take a little longer to seal.
What's used to make the wraps?
We use 100% cotton and a special mix of all natural NZ beeswax, pine resin and jojoba oil.
What sizes do you have?
We hand make 3 different sized beeswax wraps
Our sizes are:
Small - 22cm x 22cm
Medium - 22cm x 32cm
Large - 32cm x 32cm
As we hand make all our wraps there may be slight variations to the sizing above.
How long will they last for?
Beeswax wraps typically have a lifespan of up to 6 months, sometimes longer. It all depends on how you use and look after the wraps.
Is there anything I can't use them with?
Avoid using your wraps to cover meat and we don't recommend putting them in the freezer.
How do I wash them?
Hand wash with cold water or a gentle wipe down should be sufficient. A small amount of planet-friendly detergent is fine. Do not put them in the dishwasher, washing machine or microwave and do not expose to direct sunlight for too long.
Can I re-wax my wraps?
When your wraps start to lose their stick it might be time for some new ones. You can re-wax your wraps. There are many great YouTube videos on how to do this.
Please always be careful when dealing with hot wax.
Got a question?
Send us a message below and we'll get back to you asap.
Contact us to discuss wholesale options.
We can supply four different sized stands from 9 to 32 packs at competitive rates.