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Seventh Generation Diaper Donation Program

Friday, October 21, 2011

Seventh Generation has been on a mission to help protect the environment with naturally safe and effective household cleaning and personal care products for over two decades. But they haven't stopped there. They have now set a goal of giving away up to 240,000 diapers to 40 shelters in Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. This is roughly $160,000 in diapers that will be donated to a charitable cause that oftentimes goes without corporate assistance.

As part of the Seventh Generation Diaper Donation program, I was sent four packs of Seventh Generation chlorine free diapers to donate to a local charity. I opted to donate them to the Yellow Brick House, which provide services in York Region to women and children who have experienced violence and abuse.

It is always a great feeling to be able to help those in need, especially when it comes to innocent children. And you can help, too. During the month of October, you can "Buy One, Give One." For every package of diapers you purchase anywhere in Canada, one package will be donated to a women’s shelter. That means one mother will be able to offer her child safe & effective, chlorine-free diapers. Now that's my kind of BOGO.

Don't forget: If you want access to coupons, special offers and great tips for green and healthy living, join the 7th Gen Nation today.

Disclosure: I am participating in the Seventh Generation program by Mom Central Canada.  I received compensation as a thank you for my participation.  The opinions on this blog are my own.

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