• We embrace love in all its forms, between all people. LGBTIQ and non-binary relationships welcome!

  • We encourage face-to-face communication whenever possible. In such a technology-reliant world, it’s vital to put the screens away and appreciate what else - and who else - is around us.

  • We know that people are one-of-a-kind, so your gifts and experiences should be too. That's why rather than browsing the internet for ideas or filling out a basic questionnaire, you'll meet with a social science expert one-on-one to get to the heart of what you and your loved ones really want.

  • We believe in the message and memories behind objects. Choosing the right gifts can cause so much stress, but at their core, they are simply tangible expressions of love, loyalty, gratitude, or pride in someone's accomplishment. 

  • We know that it's the little things that make all the difference, and we work to make sure that this attention to detail is in everything we do. 

  • We care. The people in your life will be given the same attention, love, and respect as we give our own dear ones. All the things we do for them will reflect this commitment.

Founder Ariel Meave-Ohrt
Ariel Meave-Ohrt
ariel@meandyouSF.com 

Ariel is a third-generation San Franciscan and loves sharing all the great sights, restaurants, and events the area has to offer. Combining this knowledge with her B.A. and M.A. in Social Anthropology provides a comprehensive understanding of what gifts and activities would be most meaningful to different people. She strives to improve your personal life based on her expertise in interpersonal communication, social relationships and networks, customs and institutions cross-culturally, and the meanings behind material objects.

Me & You was featured in this SF Chronicle article in October 2020 about local businesses that have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and how we plan to rise above.

“We’re not just people trying to make a living and doing what we can in between jobs,” said Ariel Meave, founder of Me & You. “This is everybody’s passion and career.”

SF Chronicle

Check out Ariel's appearance on ABC7 Midday Live in November 2019. 

Me & You is all about celebrating the people in your life and, in essence, celebrating humanity as a whole. We can think of no better way to do this than by giving 5% of our proceeds to local, Bay Area charities that are working hard to perfect this place we love so much. Their dedication and passion is benefitting us all; let's show them a little love in return. 

 

Current charity: Larkin Street Youth Services

 

More than 1,300 young people find themselves on the streets of San Francisco each night. Since 1984, Larkin Street Youth Services has given more than 75,000 young people a safe place to rebuild their lives by providing housing, education and employment training, and health and wellness support. To find out more or to donate directly, go to https://larkinstreetyouth.org/

 

 

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If you have any comments and or suggestions relating to improving the accessibility of our site, please don't hesitate to contact us. Your feedback will help us make improvements.