Posts Tagged ‘give back’

Back To School Stylin’ with Tea Collection 2017

As you begin your back to school shopping, think a bit outside the box this year when it comes to styling your children’s wardrobes. Outfit them in beautifully made, artfully designed, and globally inspired clothing that gives back and strives to incorporate worldwide connectivity and curiosity in the littlest citizens of our vast planet. With styles, prints, designs, and colors that radiate the beauty from one side of the ocean to the other, Tea Collection brings boys and girls a clothing collection that transcends the ordinary. We’re honored to dress our children in the designs from this timeless company this school year, and we hope to encourage you to do the same.

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Best Swimwear of the Season 2017

If you are still wearing your old swimsuit from two years ago, now is the time for a new suit! With all the amazing swimwear brands offering styles for everyone, there is no reason not to order some swimwear right this minute. Find your dream bikini! Your swimwear should suit your body and your personal style. You can have high fashion combined with comfort, support, and quality if you shop in the right place.

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Win It: Shave Kit Package from DamnDog

Every man needs at least one piece of beautiful luggage, Damnit! So, why not let it be something he can use every single day? A proper shave kit not only reinforces good hygiene (which us ladies love) but also lets a guy streamline his morning routine – whether at home or on the go. Keep everything you need for a good shave, nail care, and body care in one place and within reach, and do it in style with DamnDog‘s canvas and leather Shave Kit.

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Win It: Activity Kits from Wee Work for Good

Keeping kids busy during the winter can be difficult and sometimes frustrating. Without the ability to send them outside to play, parents are left scraping together indoor activities to keep their children entertained and still learning. This is why we love Wee Work for Good and their innovative activity kits that keep kids creating, reading, and exploring, all for a cause, and all on their own.

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Valentine’s Day 2017: Top Gifts for the Season of Love

As Valentine’s Day approaches, many of us are left wondering what to get those that mean the most to us. The Christmas and holiday season seems as though it were yesterday, and we are all out of unique and thoughtful gift ideas. But Daily Mom is here to help with our Valentine’s Day gift guides. Below you will find some of the most interesting, unique, and thoughtful gifts perfect for anyone on your sweetheart list. 

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How you can save a life in an hour or less

You are a good person. You pick up your trash at the playground, teach your kids to say thank you, and hold open doors for strangers. Making a difference in the world is something you want to do

Did you know that you can change the world in less than an hour? What about save a life?

You don’t have to run into a burning building or start a non-profit to make the world a better place. You just have to sign up to donate blood in your community.  

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Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for Women 2016

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. If you have come to Daily Mom looking for gift ideas for a woman in your life, you have come to the right place! What woman wouldn’t love something sweet and meaningful to show her how much she is loved? We have put together some of the most thoughtful Valentine’s gifts that we guarantee any woman will fall in love for.

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How to Pack an Amazing Samaritan’s Purse Shoebox

‘Tis the season when we’re all searching for ways to involve our children in giving back to the community. Christmas is, after all, the perfect time to start meaningful family traditions that reflect the desire to embody gratitude for our blessings while at the same time showing empathy for others. 

There are Angel Trees, where you can choose an “ornament” from the tree that names a specific item that a child in your local area might need or want for Christmas that otherwise they wouldn’t receive. There are food pantries and soup kitchens who need volunteers to stock shelves and assist with serving or delivering food to hungry families. There are families that churches or schools may “adopt” for the holiday season and assist with making sure they can feed their families as well as enjoy gifts. And there are homeless shelters who desperately need blankets and coats to give to folks who cannot afford to stay warm during the winter months.

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