Wildlife Works Kid’s Organic Clothing Giveaway #1

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Have we got a great addition to the Dreaming of a Green Christmas Giveaway!  One of my favorite online organic clothing stores is giving away a different kid’s clothing item every day this week. Wildlife Works is generous with dkMommy Spot readers, but their goodwill doesn’t stop here.  It reaches around the globe to the country of Kenya where this amazing company created an 80,000 acre wildlife refuge, then built a clothing “eco-factory” near it where they give locals steady employment.  The garments created there are what you’ll see featured at dkMommy Spot throughout the week.  Whenever you buy an article of clothing from Wildlife Works, you’re putting your money directly into that wildlife preserve while employing the local community.

Before Wildlife Works, this particular Kenyan community had to depend on the local wildlife for food for their families.  But since the introduction of the company into the area, the locals can afford to keep their families fed and clothed, and the children in school – and the wildlife stays safe and protected.  Great for everyone!

But what about the clothing?  These are good-quality items with lots of care taken in the construction of each piece.  I’ve always found organic cotton to be much softer, and Wildlife Works’ garments are no exception.  With designs inspired by the Kenyan wildlife, the kid’s clothing will have your little critters dressed in comfort and style.  My son has been wearing a darling elephant tee, and the design has held up well to wear and washing. The saying on the shirt?  “When two elephants fight it is the grass that suffers.”  People will definitely be asking you where you got your cute kid’s clothing!  Be prepared to spread the word.

Today’s first giveaway is a Kid’s Zebra Inspired Hoodie in size Medium, equivalent to a 3T.   It’s made of 100% organic cotton terry, and the front pockets and little Africa tag on the bottom hem make it just as cute as it gets.  


4 Ways to Enter

1.) Just visit Wildlife Works and take a look around.  Then come back here and tell me what special item you see that would be most loved by someone on your gift-giving list.   (You may enter once a day – following entries don’t require you to answer the question.) Remember, leave an interesting comment.  If I cannot contact the winner, you might be chosen instead based on your comment.

2.) Email subscribers get an extra entry for as long as their subscription is active.

     Already a subscriber?  Leave me a separate comment on this post to let me know you’re interested in this giveaway. 

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3.) Blog about this giveaway on your blog with a link back to this post.  Come back and leave me a Comment with a link to your blog post. (If your comment doesn’t show up right away, don’t worry – I may have to approve it first.  My blog might think it’s spam but gosh darn, I certainly don’t!)

4.) I’m feeling Twittery.  If you Twitter a link to this giveaway, come back and comment here to let me know your Twitter name for another entry!

Feel free to do all four, and you have four entries to win! You have until midnight EST on Thursday, December 4, 2008, to enter.

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163 thoughts on “Wildlife Works Kid’s Organic Clothing Giveaway #1

  1. I like the Kid’s Elephant Proverb Boy T in size S. I also like the Womens Sheer Lion Puff Sleeve. And if I could afford it, I would snatch up the Thea Becker Wildlife Art Out-Ray-Just Print for my granddaughters room because it has a Safari theme to it.

  2. I so love the Infant Long-sleeve Romper Polar Bear for my ds! Perfect for this winter weather!!! : )))

    Thanks so much for this fabulous give~away! : )))


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