At Thankful, gratitude comes first.
Every business has a story about how they came up with their name. For us, the name Thankful came first and everything else followed. Since 2013, our goal has been to provide a kinder, feel-good gift registry that's full of common sense, thoughtful touches. Over the years we've been covered by Fast Company, Techcrunch, The New York Times, Dwell and New York Weddings.
Privacy is a very close second.
Followed very closely behind gratitude is respect for our customers and their guests. That means Thankful never shares your data with third parties. We don't submit your name or registry to search engines. And we don't bombard your inbox with endless marketing emails. We genuinely believe your gift registry should be as personal and private as possible.
These are our values.
We believe a registry is a reflection of your personal taste and style so we make sure your words and choices take center stage.
We’ve put an incredible amount of thought into our site design to make sure it's a lovely registry experience for your guests.
We're proud to be the registry of choice for couples of all types and tastes.
We don't submit our customers' registry pages to search engines and you can easily hide your registry behind a password.
Thankful isn't a department store. Being open-platform is important to us because you should be able to choose where you add items from.
We happily waive our $30 fee for all non-profit organizations that wish to use Thankful as a fundraising platform.