Here’s something that can help you plant seeds of social responsibility while engaging your children in discussion about the needs of kids all over the world.
Kids for Kids is a clothing line that features artwork made by children from different organizations. The sales of this clothing then supports these children in need around the world.
The name of the child-artist is printed on every onesie and tee that his or her drawing appears on. The orphaned child then receives recognition for his or her work of art and then provides a positive boost of self-esteem and life encouragement.
This interaction then opens a window of opportunity for parents to educate their children about less fortunate kids around the world as well as about responsible consumerism.
More About Kids for Kids: Founded by Iris Shiloh, Kids for Kids was inspired by Shiloh’s journey through India in 2010 with a focus of giving back to children who are less fortunate.
After visiting the Tibetan Children’s Village, a community that provides children with a loving and nurturing environment as well as Tibetan education and values, Shiloh became deeply passionate after meeting the children and dedicated staff of the village.
Kids for Kids donates 10% of sales to these organizations, creating a full circle of love.
Baby-suits are available in short and long sleeves with both unisex designs. Available in sizes 0-3, 3-6, 6-12, 12-18 and 18-24, babysuits are 100% cotton and cost $20. T-shirts are available in unisex and girls. Available in size 4 –8 and 10-12 coming soon. T-shirts are 100% cotton and cost $20.
Kids for Kids are available at kidsforkidsfashion.com.