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Things We Love: Hope for Harlow

Things We Love: Hope for Harlow

In October of 2016, baby Harlow was born with lissencephaly, an extremely rare disorder in which a baby's brain is smooth and doesn't develop folds or grooves. She is also partially blind and has microcephaly (a medical condition in which the brain does not develop properly resulting in a smaller than normal head), hydrocephalus (the buildup of too much cerebrospinal fluid in the brain), and epilepsy (recurrent seizures which occur because of a sudden surge of electrical activity in the brain). Harlow's mother started Hope for Harlow, a shop for baby and women's apparel, as a way to pay for Harlow's medical expenses. We've chosen a few of our favorite items from this inspiring shop. 

https://hopeforharlow.me/hats/be-your-own-hero 

 

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Follow Hope For Harlow on Instagram and Facebook and shop at https://hopeforharlow.me/ 

 

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Strawberry Finds

Strawberry Finds

What says summer more than strawberries? Here are a few of our favorite strawberry-themed small shop finds!

Strawberries and Cream Dress from Sissy Boo Boutique 

This adorable dress, handmade in Idaho, is available in sizes 6 months up to 5. It is made to order, so allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Find it for $28 on Sissy Boo Boutique's Etsy shop.

Strawberry Newborn Hat from Flynn & Company

 

We love this 100% organic cotton jersey knit newborn hat, handmade in Wisconsin. Available in 0-3 months, it's a perfect for bringing new baby home from the hospital. Find it for $12 on Flynn & Company's Etsy shop

Red and Pink Strawberries Baby Burp Cloths from Clare's Clothesline 

This set of three burp clothes comes gift wrapped and ready to give! Handmade in Masschusttes, you can also add personalization of name or initials. Find them for $18 at Clare's Clothesline's Etsy shop

Sweetest Berry in the Patch Bodysuit from Top of the Beanstalk

Show off your little strawberry in this sweet bodysuit! The design, handmade in Colorado, is available in preemie to 18 months in bodysuits (and in 6 months to youth large in t-shirts). Find it for $15.99 at Top of the Beanstalk's Etsy shop.   

Strawberry Baby Shoes from Bitsy Blossom

These handcrafted baby shoes are the perfect addition to any strawberry outfit! Made in Kansas City, Missouri, you can choose from sizes ranging from newborn up to size 13. Find them for $34 at Bitsy Blossom's Etsy shop

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Things We Love: Olen Organic

Things We Love: Olen Organic

Olen Organic is a baby apparel company that offers organic cotton clothing and accessories. Owners Lindsay and Chelsea have a four-part mission: beautiful design, mindful manufacturing, sustainable product, and more knowledge, less stuff. The company has been featured in Vogue, Pregnancy & Newborn, and Lauren Conrad.com, and I was so psyched to be able to feature Olen Organic for Necessitees.co! Read on to learn more about Olen Organics, their process and advice for other shop owners. 

Tell us a bit about you and your family. 

My name is Lindsay and I have been married for six years to my high school sweetheart! We have one son, Hudson, who just turned six months old. Chelsea, my business partner (and BFF), has been married for seven years, and has one daughter, Piper, who is 3 years old!

What inspired you to start Olen Organic? Give us details on your journey from idea to shop owner. 

Chelsea and I have worked in the fashion industry for a combined two decades. We realized we started to know more about the food we ate than the clothes we wore, and we were industry insiders! We became determined to create a clothing company that prioritized knowledge over stuff and was safer, softer, better in every way.

You use organic cotton that is GOTS certified for your apparel. Tell us about the importance of using ethically responsible and sustainable fabrics. 

The fashion industry is one of the dirtiest in the world, in fact only the oil industry is worse! Traditional cotton is grown with pesticides and other chemicals, and treated with even more. This is unacceptable to us. Not only do we want to preserve our beautiful Mother Earth for our children, we don't want any of our production partners to suffer as a result of making our clothes, which sadly is an all too common reality in this industry. Therefore it is critically important to us that we eliminate as many chemicals from our production as possible, which means using GOTS-certified organic cotton and water-based inks, and not using artificial silicone softeners, flame retardants, formaldehyde, or plastisol prints.

Your fabric mill and garment manufacturer partners are an essential part of your business. Tell us about how you found partners that were a good fit for Olen Organics.   

Making clothing is a labor-intensive, hands-on process. It takes many many people to make a single t-shirt, from farmers to weavers to designers to printers to cutters to sewers to packers to shippers! Those who make our clothes are as important to us as those who wear them. We did extensive research and went on a lot of "blind dates" with potential partners. After we found Ira and Brian and Liz and felt our values were aligned, we visited all of their facilities and met their employees. We reviewed their materials, work spaces, machinery, and finished products to ensure their quality met our high expectations. It did and we then proceeded to  extensive development and testing and eventually production!

What is your ultimate favorite design?

I'm obsessed with our Milk Drunk Drool bibs right now because my son is teething and we go through like ten a day. I wash them constantly and even though I made them, I constantly amazed at how well they hold up. Also, our Baby Burrito Bodysuit is a lifesaver for my son. He has a rather large head and hates things being pulled over it and I love how easy it is to just wrap him up in the bodysuit and be on our way. 

Lot of items on your website are (understandably!) currently sold out. When do you expect to have more items available for sale online?

We were so honored to be named one of Vogue's Best Organic Baby Clothes this past Spring, which definitely led to us being sold out faster than we'd planned! But! Exciting news-we are currently in production on a brand new print that will be available in three gorgeous colors. Ira is knitting our fabric as we speak. We hope to have this collection available for sale at the end of the summer! We also hope to re-offer styles from our original collection at the same time. We suggest signing up for our newsletter for more details. Or, as we like to say, for "more knowledge and less stuff!"

What advice would you offer to other small business owners?

Whatever you want to do, just go for it! And if you can, do it with your best friend :) There is so much help and advice available on the internet (for free!) and it's easier than ever to build an online shop and your community. Be true to your values and goals  and be prepared to learn more new things than you have since college. Owning your own small business will be one of the most challenging things you've ever done, but also one of the most rewarding. It's like expanding your family to include the whole world! 

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Check out Olen Organic at their website, https://www.olenorganic.com/, and sign up for their newsletter for updates. You can also follow them on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

Want to shop Olen Organic now? You can find a selection of items at Spearmint Love here

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Things We Love: Swanky Shank

Things We Love: Swanky Shank

Swanky Shank is a St. Louis-based shop for free-spirited little ones. We caught up with shop owner Jen to find out more about the inspiration behind Swanky Shank, her family and her support of The Gold Hope Project

Tell us a bit about you and your family. 

I am a single Mom to two beautiful little souls-- Cesi is 10, and Ollie is 8. We are the three amigos, getting through this life together, arm and arm, fueled on lots of love, silliness and kindness. Follow our daily adventures on Snapchat! I promise we will either make you laugh or scream in horror. 

What inspired you to start Swanky Shank? Give us details on your journey from idea to shop owner. 

I wanted to bring swag to the baby boy world. I had just given birth to my son, AND lost my beautiful father to cancer. I NEEDED to create something and wanted to fill a need. 

You have an amazing team of people working with Swanky Shank. At what point did you decide you needed to bring on people to help with the shop?

I hired my first employee about five years ago. I was swimming in fabrics and just needed someone to help at least cut for me. And then we hired an in-studio assistant, and then an at-home sewer, and  then another cutter and another sewer and another assistant... and now we have employees and it's amazing and overwhelmingly great!

What is your ultimate favorite design?

Oh man. I have so many favorites. I have current favs-- can I just do a current fav? ALOE YOU

You're based out of Ellisville, Missouri, outside of St. Louis. Do you focus primarily on your Etsy shop, or do you also attend local events/craft fairs?

Our main focus is our online shop which does include Etsy, but not limited to! And we do about 1-2 shows a year. 

How do you give back to your community?

We are an avid supporter of The Gold Hope Project. I am also on the board of directors as well. Please go check them out, donate, share and send them all the good vibes!

What advice would you offer to other small business owners?

Work so hard, so earnestly, so authentically, that when it's time to relax, your soul will feel it's very best!
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Shop Swanky Shank's website or Etsy shop, and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
The Gold Hope Project is a group of photographers that have come together to capture the moments that families of children with cancer hold so dear to their heart. Any child (infant - 21 years old) diagnosed with cancer of any form is eligible regardless of prognosis, including those who have won their battle with cancer. 
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Fourth of July Finds

Fourth of July Finds

We've chosen a few of our favorite small-shop finds for cute Independence Day-themed baby apparel and accessories. Pair any of these options with one of our classic baby bodysuits for a cute and easy Fourth of July outfit!

Patriotic Shorties from Ava and Paislee

Handmade in Austin, Texas, Ava and Paislee offers leather moccasins and apparel. These adorable shorties are not listed on their Etsy site, but check out their Instagram on how to order. Available in size 0-3 months to 2T.  

Fourth of July Onesie and Bandana Bib from Clothed on Grace 

Southern Utah company Clothed on Grace features handmade clothing for baby and toddler. This Red, White & Blue Star Pocket Onesie with Bandana Bib is just one of their cute Fourth of July options, so be sure to check out their website for other handmade items. 

All American Shorts from Legendary Denim

Custom denim is what you'll find at Legendary Denim, including All American Shorts for boys and girls. Boy shorts start at size 6-9 months up to 8 and girl shorts are available at size 6-9 months up to 6.  

Fourth of July Headbands from Maddie & Bean

Maddie & Bean, out of Raleigh, North Carolina, offers a selection of headbands in all sizes, from newborn to adult. Our pick is this adorable shabby chic flower headband, but be sure to check out their other Fourth of July options on Etsy. 

White Star Swaddle Blanket Set from Scallywag Baby Co.

Scallywag Baby Co. is based out of Dallas, Texas, and offers sweet newborn swaddle sets and baby clothing. This star swaddle, knot hat and headwrap can be purchased individually or as a set on Etsy. 

Paisley Bandana Bib and Shoes from Sewsensation

Hand sewn in Vineyard, Utah, Sewsentation features reversible baby shoes, bibs, and more. These super cute matching paisley shoes (size 0-3 up to 18-24 months) and bandana bib (size 0-24 months and 2-5T) are listed individually on Etsy. 

 

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Things We Love: Littlest Sidekick

Things We Love: Littlest Sidekick

I've been a fan of Littlest Sidekick, a children's lifestyle brand focused around the great outdoors, for months. Their screen-printed by hand toddler tees are based on original designs and characters, making them fun and unique. Plus, every purchase made gives a $1 donation to One Tree Planted. Learn more about this super cute brand from owner Shannon below! 

Tell us a bit about you and your family.

We are a family of 3, my husband - Kevin, our littlest peanut - Gunner and myself! We also have 3 fur babes, Cazzie the border collie, Roxy the black cat and thanks to my hubby coming home from deer camp with a little stray that wouldn't leave his side...our grey kitten, DC.

 

What inspired you to start Littlest Sidekick? Give us details on your journey from idea to shop owner.

When Gunner was born, it was a struggle to find baby clothes that weren't loud and "cutsie" (for lack of a better word). I wanted to create simple, black and white but catchy sayings. My little guy was into everything! So my first design was born - "Littlest Explorer". I didn't do anything with it just out of not having any time to take on anymore hobbies. So I pushed my sketches and ideas to the side.


When he got a little older I was still having a hard time finding clothes that I wanted to spend my money on. So I decided to stop researching how to screen print and just do it! It took a couple of times, a lot of practicing but the more I did it the better they turned out. Then Finley the Fox was born! Watching my son play outside and see how he interacted with nature and the outdoors really was the premise for Finley the Fox. He was my little fox. Curious by nature, cute as a button and wanted to explore everything! So from there the brand was created.


We now have Finley the Fox, Remy the Raccoon and Lucy the Hedgehog. All 3 characters represent the fun characteristics and personalities of most children. (You can read about them on our site! http://www.littlestsidekick.com/meet-finley)

We have a lot of fun things coming down the pipeline for your little sidekick! From the Littlest Sidekick Field Guide to designing and producing our own shirts and children's book! Keep your eyes open for these items coming soon!

Finely the Fox, Remy the Raccoon and Lucy the Hedgehog are the three characters that make up the Littlest Sidekick brand. How did you come up with these characters and their stories?

Like above, Finley the Fox was born simply out of the characteristics my son had when it came to being outside and interacting with nature! From the random flowers growing in the grass, to the fireflies in the tall grass - everything was brand new and needed to be played with, inspected and touched. 
Remy the Raccoon was born with mischief in his heart and adventure at his fingertips. Children have no fear. They go everywhere, touch everything, and get into every box, hole or in my case, underneath our back deck - simply in search of new adventures!

Lucy the Hedgehog is the tiniest of the group. She may be the littlest out of the group but her heart and desire for adventure does not slow her down in the least. In this tiny package you will be quick to realize that size does not matter. With determination, a need to explore and the will to seek out every adventure, Lucy will be the first one ready to take the first step.

What is your ultimate favorite design?

I love Finley the Fox. The fox face is on the front and the bushy tail on the back. It makes it unique and kind of like a friend for your little one to take with them. Seeking out new adventures with Finley the Fox by their side! With the more and more I immerse myself into the screen printing world, I am picking up new tricks and being more adventurous myself. We now have Finley the Fox in color! When you snag a Finley shirt for your little one, Finley's tail now comes in that bright orange color! 

 

For every purchase at Littlest Sidekick, you give back to One Tree Planted. Tell us more about this organization and why you're passionate about it. 

Yes, for every item purchased, we donate $1 to the One Tree Planted organization. So at the end of the month, we tally up how many items were purchased and donate that to the organization. With everything being developed, shopping malls going up and houses being built what seems like everywhere, I feel that it's in our children's best interest to give back to their favorite playground - the outdoors. By donating a tree I feel like we play a part in preserving the forests and wooded areas for them to not only play in but for their future children as well. They're going to be their favorite toy - from climbing on them, jumping in their leaves come fall and simple taking naps underneath the shaded trees. 

 

What advice would you offer to other small business owners?

It's fun! Yes, it's hard, there's a ton of other large companies out producing items faster and cheaper. But that's just it, it's fast and cheap. Not love was put into it. You don't know the person that made it for you. You're lucky if you can contact them via email to ask questions or give input. With small businesses, you're able to do that. You can see the handmade craftsmanship in each piece you create. Plus, it's fun! Create something, make something, it's one of the most rewarding things you can do. It's a feeling of self accomplishment. And then to see yourself grow over the years is rewarding in itself. You should see some of the shirts I made when I first started out. LOL. (Well...my son is the lucky one to see them, you guys won't....LOL.)
We are more than a t-shirt company, we're a brand. The best part about all this? When I receive comments from the parents letting me know that their son or daughter went into their room and picked out their Finley the Fox shirt to wear all by themselves. That's the moment my heart sings. I started this for my son. To see other children fall in love with Finley and her friends too, is my "ah-ha moment".
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Shop Littlest Sidekick at http://www.littlestsidekick.com/ and follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat
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Things We Love: Crafty Operation

Things We Love: Crafty Operation

Crafty Operation is an Etsy shop for super cute crochet items. Run by shop owner Michelle (and her son Aiden, for quality control!) out of Los Angeles, Crafty Operation offers crochet donuts, ice cream cones, cactuses, and more. I set out to learn more about Michelle and the inspiration behind her business.  

Tell us a bit about you and your family.  

We don't have a traditional family where we are together all the time. Most of the time it's me and Aiden. Aiden's father is a busy man with a heart of gold, always out helping others and we help be a part of that by supporting him and staying strong. So, that when he does come home, he has a safe place to rest. Our world needs a lot of love and it can be draining...

 

What inspired you to start Crafty Operation? 

Crafty Operation started as a blog where I post all things crafty. A few years later I got pregnant. Towards the end of my pregnancy, I knew that I would love to stay home with my baby. So, I set up an Etsy shop to start selling some of the items I made, which are a lot of baby things, inspired by Aiden. My very first sold item was the donut rattle, and right before I shipped it off right when I went into labor with Aiden. Now Crafty Operation is best known on Instagram for donut and ice cream rattles, but it has also expanded to other cute crochet items.

 

What is your ultimate favorite item to make?

It has to be the donut! The color combos and sprinkles are so much fun! Aiden loves testing them out too...Now he thinks all donuts have a rattle inside...oops.

How do you give back to your community?

There are always lots of opportunities to give back in your communities if you look for them! Donating items for auctions, or simply donating profits from sales are always our go to. Some hospitals accept donations of toys, blankets, and hats for their newborns. Also, we like to search for specific crochet groups that are doing good for the community and see if there's anything that they are asking for that we can contribute to. 

 

What advice would you offer to other small business owners?

A small business runs on love and hard work. If your focus is on making money, then forget it. I can't say that I'm successful, but I can say that positive reviews, likes, comments, and smiles all help in the growth of Crafty Operation. I use to think that this shop belongs to me, but really it belongs to everyone, because the people that support us are the ones that are molding Crafty Operation to what it is today. 
 Thank you for reading and letting me share my little business with you =) 
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Check out Crafty Operation on Etsy, and follow on Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter. You can also read Michelle's blog at craftyop.com
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Things We Love: Oh, Little Rabbit

Things We Love: Oh, Little Rabbit

I first came across Oh, Little Rabbit products at Homegrown Foods here in Springfield, MO. The hand drawn, vintage style instantly caught my eye, and I reached out to shop owners Jason and Cara Hibbs to find out more about their business. 

Tell us a bit about yourselves and how Oh, Little Rabbit began. 

Hello! We are Jason and Cara Hibbs, the owners and designers of Oh, Little Rabbit. We love working together to create a line of eco friendly products for your home and family. Our business started out of a desire to make things for our own home that were unique and different from what we were seeing in mass production out in the world. We also have a desire to care for our planet and wanted to have products that were eco friendly and organic. As a hobby and creative outlet we began designing illustrations and were block and screen printing tea towels and other home goods for ourselves and family. As time went on we decided to start a little Etsy shop and our business took off from there.
 

What inspired you to turn Oh, Little Rabbit from a side project to a full-time operation? 

As our Etsy shop grew over the course of our 1st year of business we began to really get into a rhythm of working together along with designing together. I (Cara) had gone to college and studied general fine arts and Jason was currently pursuing his nursing degree. As we spent more time building our business I realized that it had grown to a point that I would not be able to keep up with on my own and Jason had discovered over the previous year that he had a passion for art and design that he wanted to continue to develop, so we took a leap of faith and decided to go all in and make our business a full time venture! We really love working together and believe that it is the collaboration between our two styles and ideas that have created a lot of our best images and products.
 

You offer kitchen & dining, children & nursery, and home & living items. Did you begin with one of these collections and expand from there?

When we first opened our shop we sold flour sack tea towels. It was, and still is, one of the products I am most passionate about. There is just something about the flour sack towel that is so nostalgic and almost magical for me, which sounds a little silly, but its true. Both sides of my family came from farming communities and flour sack towels were something I saw in my grandmother's and great grandmother's kitchens. The soft feel and the beautiful, colorful imagery have always been a draw for me. I really wanted to have a product that was useful and worked well but that was also beautiful, like a piece of art in your home. Our flour sack towels are thick, absorbent and hard working just like the ones my grandmothers use to have. They are also made from organic cotton, which is something that is important to us. But yes, our towels are where it all started from and then grew from there. The next product was our cloth napkins and then we added our baby line. We continue to look for and add products that we love and use in our own home.
 

We love that you utilize organic and recycled materials for your items. Tell us more about your printing process. 

Each design is drawn by one of us and we also make our own screens, so everything is done in house! Each piece is hand printed, one at a time, in our studio. We use eco friendly, non toxic water based ink for all of our printing. It is important to us that our process is safe for us, our customers and our planet.  
 

What is your ultimate favorite design?

Oh, man. That is a hard one! The mason jar image is probably up there as a favorite. It is also one of our oldest designs. It seems like every time we have a new image release I have a new favorite. Right now I am really loving our pastry mat tea towel. I love that it is useful and has a vintage feel to it.
 

How do you give back to your community?

One thing we have loved being able to do in owning our business is donate items to charities and non profits who hold auctions and fund raisers. We have also been able to donate items to auctions for families raising money for adoption costs. 

What advice would you offer to other small business owners?

Keep going! You learn so much as you go and grow. And also stay true to yourself and style. Having a product line that is authentic to you and what is important to you is the best way to make sure your product line stays original and true to your vision.

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Things We Love: CAVU Creations

Things We Love: CAVU Creations

I came across CAVU Creations on Instagram, and instantly fell in love with the fun and whimsical designs. Shop owner Helen designs and sews the CAVU Creations products, including swaddling blankets, leggings, beanies and more. I reached out to Helen to learn more about her and the inspiration behind her designs.  

Tell us a bit about yourself and your family. 

I spent my 20s (and a bit of my 30s) flying jets on and off aircraft carriers with the US Navy--an absolutely thrilling and professionally fulfilling experience, to say the least.  But my amazing husband Brian (also a Navy pilot) and I turned in active duty for part-time reserve duty so we could raise the family of our dreams and not worry about deploying worldwide anymore.  
We are incredibly fortunate to have three bright and kind little ones who keep us perpetually amused, astounded, in love (and guessing!).  Our oldest is in Kindergarten, so we are never still, but we live in a wonderful corner of this world in Anacortes, WA, with a beautifully mild climate and nature all around us.  It's rare for a day to go by where you won't find us hiking, exploring, biking, on or near the water, or just playing outside.  
CAVU Creations allows me to work at home while sharing time and conversations with my kids.  I couldn't ask for more!

 

What is the inspiration behind your products?

My kids, our shared adventures, and the PNW (Pacific Northwest)!  My littles (two boys and our youngest is a girl) love picking out fabrics for my shop.  And they have so much fun coming up with their own projects with my fabric scraps.
 

Do you design all of your prints as well as sew?

I dream up and design most of the prints in my shop (I design under the name cavutoodesigns--spoonflower.com/profiles/cavutoodesigns and cavutoodesigns.etsy.com), but I also adore prints from Birch Fabrics and Cloud9 Fabrics, so you'll see me sewing with their organic fabrics as well. I sew everything I sell (except for the Colored Organics bodysuits I sew my hand-cut appliques onto).   
 

Do you have a favorite print and/or product? 

I have to say I'm partial to my "Airplanes in Clouds" prints, but I'm also loving how my new "Mountains + Trees" prints look on sweet little baby bums!
 

How do you give back to your community?

We truly adore our community here on Fidalgo Island--there are so many generous volunteers and beautifully kind people here.  This is my second year selling at our thriving local Anacortes Farmer's Market alongside over 80 other incredibly talented vendors.  I also regularly sew and donate blankets to our local Anacortes Family Center (anacortesfamily.org), a homeless shelter and support center that actively helps women, children, and families get back on their feet after crisis.  Lastly, I love sewing preemie hearts for the tiniest among us and their amazingly strong parents.  My favorite organization is Preemies of the Carolinas (@preemiesofthecarolinas on IG).

 

What advice would you offer to other small business owners?

Do what makes you happy, don't cut corners, have confidence that you rock, and be persistent!  It will come through in your products. Your customers appreciate all of those things, I promise!
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You can shop CAVU Creations at https://shopcavu.com/ and find them on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.  
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Give Ozarks: Diaper Bank of the Ozarks #CheersforChange

Give Ozarks: Diaper Bank of the Ozarks #CheersforChange

This Tuesday, May 9th is Give Ozarks Day, and we're supporting the Diaper Bank of the Ozarks #CheersforChange campaign!

Diaper Bank of the Ozarks is raising funds for their Diapers for Daycare program, which provides diapers to parents who are working or attending job training courses to ensure their baby can enroll or continue enrollment in daycare. Many daycare centers require that parents provide a daily supply of disposable diapers for their babies, and the assistance provided by Diapers for Daycare can be instrumental in keeping parents working or training. 

Here's how a donation to the #CheersforChange campaign can help:
  • $5 gives a week's supply of diapers for daycare for one child  
  • $25 gives a month's supply of diapers for daycare for one child
  • $100 gives a month's supply of diapers for daycare at a small childcare facility

Other than Diapers for Daycare, Diaper Bank of the Ozarks runs three other programs to help babies in need:

  • The Greene County Disposable Diaper Distribution gives an average of 40,000-50,000 diapers every month to over 40 local agencies.
  • The Rural County Diaper Program assists towns in Missouri rural counties to setup and sustain diaper banks and programs to help families in need. 
  • The Cloth Diaper Loan Program provides education, a cloth diaper loan and continued support to families in need offering them a healthy and financially responsible diapering option.

To make your donation to Diaper Bank of the Ozarks for Give Ozarks Day, go to this link anytime between 12:01am and 11:59pm on Tuesday, May 9th. 

About Give Ozarks Day

This is the third year of Give Ozarks, a one-day, online fundraising event for non-profit partners of Community Foundation of the Ozarks. Over the past Give Ozarks events, over $2.2 million was raised by thousands of donors. This year over 240 local non-profits will participate in Give Ozarks Day and have the opportunity to win over $101,500 in prizes. Learn more at https://giveozarks.org/

 

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