Tuesday, September 11, 2012

#SweetCheeks Cloth Diaper Giveaway Event

Join me September 11th-25th for a Fundraiser and Awareness Event to support:

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Kits is an all volunteer non-profit organization founded by Shane Morris, a cloth-diapering mom. We are incorporated and registered as a non-profit organization with the State of NC. We began making cloth diapers from recycled t-shirts in August of 2010. There is currently no federal, state or local assistance for diapers (cloth OR disposable). We are partnering with local WIC offices to supply cloth diaper kits to families in need. There is currently a waiting list for diaper kits!
  • The Giveaway will open September 11 (TODAY) and close September 25
  • The Twitter Party is September 25th at 9pm est where the winners will be picked!
Giveaway Prize donations for the Twitter Party from these Sponsors:

Fuzzibunz

Applecheeks

Buttercup Baby

Funky Fluff

Fluffy Bums and More

Thirsties

Snappi Baby

KAMsnaps

Ruby Moon

LolliDoos

Ribbon N Stitches

BALM Baby

Diaper Drive donations have been made by:

Sweetbottoms Baby Boutique

For The Monster

Eco Chic Baby

Applecheeks

BALM Baby

A special thanks to Lovely Eco Chic for donating 50% of their diaper rental program profits!
Please email me at housewifemama@gmail.com if you would like to donate diapers.
They are a 501(c)3 organization so donations are tax deductible!

23 comments:

  1. I love that they are partnering with their local WIC offices. They don't have to do the work of validating income and the diapers still go to the people who need them!

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  2. They want so badly to get to provide diapers for those in need they started out with what they had - old t-shirts! Good for them!

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  3. I love that they make it work with just volunteers!

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  4. I agree with Krystal, I like it that they are partnering with the local WIC offices.

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  5. I agree, I like that they are partnering with the local WIC offices!

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  6. I love that they make Cloth Diapers from T-Shirts!

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  7. I just think it's awesome that they are helping out families in need!

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  8. I love that they started by making diapers out of recycled t-shirts!

    (Rachel N on raffelcopter)

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  9. I like that they reuse/repurpose old materials

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  10. Talk about a recycling! That's incredible! I love that they make diapers out of old t-shirts. Pretty cool.

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  11. Talk about recycling! What a clever idea using old t-shirts.

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  12. I am so excited that they work with WIC families. What a great way to teach sustainable habits and cut costs for a great program!

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  13. I love that they make cloth diapers out of old t-shirts!

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  14. I like that they're made from 100% soft cotton flannel!

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  15. I learned that they partner with WIC. Not only are they helping families in need, they are also educating them to be eco friendly by providing them with their services.

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  16. I LOVE that they are working with WIC to help families truly in need!!

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  17. Love this idea. More states should be offering this!

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  18. Love this idea. More states should be offering this!

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  19. I love that they upcyle old t-shirts to make the diapers!

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  20. That neat they started by using old t shirts

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  21. I love that they make Cloth Diapers from T-Shirts!

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  22. I love that they recycle old things to make new things to help people. I also love that they are working on getting WIC to cover things like this!

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