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3579 US-17 Bus Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

Good Deed Goods Boutique at Lee's Inlet Apothecary

Good Deed Goods

GOOD DEED GOODS is a brick and mortar giveback boutique helping you GIVE WELL and DO GOOD so that you can join us in changing the world one gift at a time.  


Hey there! We’re Melissa and Mary Emily (Mel), the mother-daughter duo behind Good Deed Goods, a local boutique situated in Murrells Inlet, SC where every purchase powers a good cause! At Good Deed Goods, we take pride in offering a one-of-a-kind shopping experience where you can explore unique items that have meaning and purpose. We aim to stock socially responsible goods that are making a positive difference in our world and with every gift you buy, we donate 10% to charities and organizations in our community, our nation, and the world that are doing good for others. We can’t help but get excited about the opportunity to spread kindness to others through our business and we’re thrilled that, together, we can create a better world with every gift you give.

Our entire operation is based on connecting the dots between receiving and giving back. We recognize that there’s a lot of need out there for many individuals, especially men, women, and children. We want every gift we sell to make a difference, which is why we give back with every single purchase to our community, country, and the world.

We’re incredibly thankful to share with you just how easy (and enjoyable!) it can be to make positive changes in the world with your purchases. Whether you’re shopping for something for your home or a new baby, we have a vast selection of unique gifts for everyone.  come in and discover our always evolving collection of items.

Gifts have been apart of Lee’sInlet Apothecary since the doors oped in 2002.  It was not until a decade later that Good Deed Goods came on the scene as a give back boutique within the Apothecary.

The origin story of Good Deed Goods began years before our re-branding and became the gift boutique we are today.  I was at the Atlanta gift market at the time when most of my family was in Honduras building a home for a family.  As I was going down the escalator in Building 3 of Americasmart I was overcome with the fact that I was in a place that felt like Candy Land.  Everything before me was a want and not a need. as I looked to fill my store with things that were wanted and not needed, my family was in a developing country meeting the basic need of shelter. Stepping off that escalator I felt like the Lord was saying to me, “Do more” I just was not sure at the time what that was. Out of that moment, I began to seek what the Lord meant about doing more.  He led us to applying the concept of the tithe to our gifts. In the scriptures we are told in Deuteronomy 14:22 make an offering of ten percent, a tithe and so that is what Willie and I felt led to do.

Our boutique’s name also comes from the scriptures.  It is found in Hebrews 10:24 which reads “let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds”.  I am beyond grateful to serve the Lord in our boutique with my eldest daughter Mary Emily “Mel”.   We are  passionate about the mission behind Good Deed Goods.   the fact that whenever a gift is  purchased for someone or even for oneself that it truly is a gift that keeps on giving!  We believe that the Lord can take a little change (10%) and make BIG changes with it.

if you find yourself looking for a special something for someone or for yourself please stop in and check out Good Deed Goods inside Lee’s Inlet Apothecary.

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