Mother-daughter business driven by similar missions  – Life – The Charleston Gazette – West Virginia News and Sports –

Here is a mother daughter team that is working to do their part to support the planet!

By Julie Robinson

The Charleston Gazette

Kenny Kemp

Sally Miller, seated, and her daughter Jennifer Miller recently opened Mission Savvy, an eco-boutique and raw foods store, at 202 Hale St.

Jennifer Miller and her mother, Sally, share a mission. They also share retail space on Hale Street in a store called Mission Savvy.

In it, Jennifer sells eco-friendly clothes and accessories. A portion of her profits benefit animal rights and rescue causes. Sally promotes Eats of Eden, her whole and raw food consulting and teaching business, and sells a line of food products and accessories.

Jennifer’s mission is animal-centered and planet-friendly. She designates 5 percent of her profits to support wildlife conservation and animal rescue projects around the world. After 10 years as an animal rescuer, Jennifer decided she could fund the cause and promote sustainable products through her shop.

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