PRIZEY Sponsor & Giveaway: Green to Grow BPA-Free Baby Bottles

Green to Grow is an infant care products startup that produces BPA-free bottles that showcase environmentally-responsible packaging, award-worthy graphic design, and sound labor practices at their manufacturing facilities. The company received an "Excellent" rating in the Z Report on BPA, the highest category rating in ZRecs' scale, received one of the highest scores in a showdown of five BPA-free bottles in a ZRecs "Showdown" review by Naomi Shapiro, and even spearheaded an initiative to help consumers donate used bottles to mothers in need of assistance.

The company also sells delicious gift sets, and we're thrilled to be giving one of them away on their behalf. Feast your eyes on their gorgeous, all-inclusive Just Right package for the new mom in your life - maybe you!

The Just Right gift set features:

  • Two 5 oz. and two 10-oz. bottles (regular neck or wide neck)
  • Three packages of nipples, one each of beginner (slow flow, 0-3 months), intermediate (medium flow, 3-6 months), and expert (fast flow, 6+ months) stages
  • One re-useful tote in choice of red or yellow
This gift set costs $70.49 for the regular neck or $73.99 for the wide neck. If you win, you can take your pick.

To enter to win Green to Grow's Just Right gift set, comment on this post with the name of an organization in your area that might appreciate these super-safe, super-cute bottles when you're done using them. If there's something special you have to share about this organization, feel free to do it in your comment, but all we need is an organization name for your entry to be valid.

That's all you need to do for a chance to win. Include your email if you want us to contact you directly if you win and don't mind that address being posted here until the end of time, or just check PRIZEYWinners after the giveaway ends to see if you've won.

If you'd like to take it a step further, get in touch with the organization you name here and see if they'd like to be added to Green to Grow's directory, so that other parents in your area can find them. If they confirm interest in receiving gently used bottles, head here to find out how to submit their contact info to Green to Grow's directory, and you've done a major good deed in your community.

Deadline: 5 p.m. CST Apr. 16, 2008

Official Rules

177 comments:

Tuesday Girl said...

I would love this for my new baby!
I would give my old bottles to A woman's place: http://www.awomansplace.org/ and organization for battered woman in PA. I have given them formula in the past.

tuesdayef AT aol (dot)com

Jessie R. said...

I would love these but there is also a community clinic in town that had a little daycare and Head Start program in it and they could probably really use them too! Thanks! -Jessie

JenO said...

These look great! I will pass quite a bit of my stuff on to Great Expectations, which is our teen parent program at the high school. It's a neat program as it basically is a child care center/parenting class mixed together, community members can use the day care also, and the teen parents can attend regular high school classes (with all "electives" spent in the child care center)

Mary512 said...

I would love to win, maybe this place called Family Connections (familyconnectionsonline.org) that I go to would want the bottles. They are mainly a toy lending library, but I could ask them! great giveaway, thanks!

Julia said...

I would pass these along to our local MOPS group. There are lots of babies there and no place to buy bottles that are BPA-free! Thanks!

jenny said...

hi well i would realy love to win some of them any way there are a lot of places here in my town of muncie ,in that i know could for that would be happy to retake them like bed and britches i dont know if thay have a website or not but well its a place that helps young children and parents with well all kinds of things and well there are also places here in my town as well that would be happy to take them after i'm done with them thanks jennifer bowen jenny9675309@yahoo.com

The Jones' said...

I would love to win this and then pass on to the PACN which is a pregnancy assistance center here in Texas. They help out a lot of young moms in the area and provide diapers, formula, bottles, etc for these moms.

Bree said...

I would give mine to the Family Crisis Center in Bowie, MD!

frugallm said...

I would give mine to the local hospital. They have a "gently used" babyshower every year for needy mom's and mom's to be in the area.

elkmeese at yahoo.com

Rachel said...

Women's Haven of Tarrant County, which is a battered women's(and their children) shelter. We usually donate clothes that the kids grow out of, and some toys.

Steph said...

I would donate them either to one of the local hospitals which take in items for needy families that have just had a baby or the Womens Shelter.

kevnjacks said...

The Pregnancy Center of Pinellas County would be a great place for these bottles - they assist pregnant womenin need in all sort of ways!

Lucy said...

I would love these! Seton Home is a local place that helps teenagers who are pregnant or young mothers. I'm sure they would love these!

lucycontest at gmail.com

Rachel and Jacob said...

how wonderful! I would use them at EveryDAy Blessings a childcare residence for abused and negleted Children in Thontosassa, Fl!!

Karen said...

These are fantastic bottles!

I would give my old bottles to Safe Haven, a domestic violence shelter here in Grand Rapids, Michigan. They're always looking for donations for the women and children in their shelter and baby items are always high on their needed list.

kmtjapkes @ hotmail.com

Amira M said...

This is probably one of my favorite giveaways! There is a multi faith based group called Faith in Place that works out of Chicago that works towards sustainable communities and earth wellness. This would be a great addition to their programs!

Brendanptsang said...

I would love these. i would give the bottles to Cameron House in San Francisco.

melonkelli said...

I would give to InnVision in the Silicon Valley.
http://www.innvision.org/

Claire said...

These look great, and I really think it is important to use better materials for our kids' bottles and toy!

A great place for these kind of donations in Seattle is http://www.familyworksseattle.org/

Jen said...

I would give it to my church Mother Mary of the Redeemer at North Wales. They have an outreach programme called MMR's PROGRAM FOR THE HOMELESS. There maybe so many moms who could use these bottles.

andbjr@gmail.com

Little Mama said...

The Green Grow bottles are amazing! I will give the bottles to Any Baby Can in Austin, Texas. This organization brings help and hope to the communities poorest children and their families.

moushka said...

I would be thrilled to donate them to our Teen MOPS!

Leanna said...

My church has recently partnered with our city's emergency shelter. This would be a great place to "recycle" these awesome bottles.

alexis said...

I would love these for my baby on the way!

I'd give them to Rachel's House here in Kansas City when I'm finished with them.

www.rachelhouse.org

art-sweet said...

I'd donate mine to the Pregnancy Care project at http://www.unityhouseny.org/programs.htm

Thanks for the great giveaway!

jennifer57 said...

would love to win this for my friend whom is expecting in june :)

Rachel C. said...

I could pass these bottles on to A Door of Hope, a local home for pregnant teens. Thanks so much - the bottles sound so great!

Tara said...

I would give these to our community head start program who works with struggling moms and low income families.

taradawnrobertson at hotmail dot com

jenni said...

I would pass these on to the Northern home for children in Philadelphia which has a residential program for teenage mothers who are foster kids.
www.northernhome.org

carolsue said...

There is a homeless shelter for women & children here called "InnVision: Transitional Homes Program". I would donate to them when no longer used.

Dolly said...

this would be so awesome for my son! tunkhannock crisis pregnancy center could use them when i'm done!

Danielle said...

Oh we would love these, I would pass them on to our chirch that donates to families in need.

mcginnisfamily5(at)gmail(dot)com

Cassie said...

crisis pregnancy centers in wa state

amye said...

http://www.lacasadelasmadres.org/ could use anything to help moms and children.

love green to grow - great product, great packaging!

Danielle said...

They would be a great gift for the Hannah Home, which is a home for pregnant teens in my hometown of Mentor, Ohio.
They are also looking for donations.
dansan826 at yahoo.com

Mika said...

Union Rescue Mission here in Los Angeles might be intersted in them.
I would love to win some myself!-

Anonymous said...

I will pass these bottles on to a family in our sister parish, St. Lawrence of Brindisi in Watts, Los Angeles. Families who are living in poor communities do not have the financial means to even consider buying safer products for their children, which really saddens me.

kdegrand@hotmail.com

Steph said...

After I have used these, I would happily donate them to the Junior League of Nashville. JLN is a volunteer organization for women that sponsors local organizations that focus on helping abuse and neglect, children and families at risk, educationally disadvantaged youth, children’s and women’s health, and quality of life issues.

CJW's folks said...

Children's Hospital & Medical Center in Seattle.
I already volunteer in a guild, and would love to donate more items to the hospital.

laura said...

What a great gift bag! Thank you!!

I would share these with the freepeats organization in Seattle (they go live in may!). I love their mission, and making items reusable for greener living.

Allison said...

Pregnancy Resources of Doraville

They would love this since they always keep items on hand for new moms.

Mommy Instincts said...

There is a Women's Center in the next town over that I often donate items like diapers my son is too big for and baby food that he doesn't like or can't eat (due to his apple sensitivity). I'm sure they would appreciate being able to pass these bottles onto a mother-in-need. Thanks for the offer and the contest.

Jen

Brooke said...

I would donate any of the very low income day cares in my neighborhood. Most of them care for infants to small children.

Rach said...

This is a great give - after having a friend who's premie twins were there we would donate to the Kings Daughter's Childrens Hospital near our home.

jbubolz-miller said...

The milwaukee rescue mission would be glad to have these

Turtle said...

I would pass these on to the Family Crisis Center of Baltimore County (www.familycrisiscenter.net). This is a great organization whose goal is to break the cycle of family violence. They offer many programs for domestic violence and also aid parents and children in finding and furnishing new places to live.

I love that this is something Green to Grow is making consumers aware of!

Adrianne

Jackie said...

I would love these bottles for my baby. I would pass the bottles along to a local foster care program, Starry, (www.starryonline.org). I used to work for the program and I know a lot of the babies who come into care would benefit from using these bottles.

sweetsue said...

A wonderful organization in our area is called Sandy Action Center. They give out food baskets and free clothing to people in need. I am sure they have many people on their needs list that would like used baby bottles. I would like to win for my daughter who just had a baby. We would then pass them on.

Tracy said...

I would share these with a battered women's shelter near my home. I am sure they would be greatly appreciated.

jeske_posse said...

I'd donate them to the Esther House or the Crittenden Crisis Nursery. The Esther House is for women and families in crisis. The Crittenden Crisis Nursery is place for women/families to take their children when they feel they cannot care for them.
jenni_aja at hotmail dot com

Leni said...

The Center Against Family Violence would be my choice to share this gift with. They provide a wide array of services to women in domestic violence situations and can use all the help they can get.

Anonymous said...

I'd love these for my brand new baby!
Then I'd pass them to ArborVitae, a brand new place for women to get pregnancy and newborn care!
I'm nieka@varnum.org.

Brit said...

I'm due in October so this would be perfect! I would give them to a battered women's shelter that our church has given to in the past. It's called Women's Haven and it's in the Dallas/Ft Worth area.

Laura said...

I would love to pass these on to Childhaven, a local charity that helps infants and children who have been abused and neglected, as well as their mothers.

Susanne said...

I would recycle them to our local Crisis Pregnancy Center...they have a store for mom's to pick up things they need for their little ones for free. Thanks!!
stbaisch[at]yahoo[dot]com

llama mama said...

Trying to replace all my BPA full Avent! I would donate to the Greensboro Pregnancy Care Center.
crussell@campusoutreach.org

Mona said...

I Would donate them to the midtown pregnancy support center! I have heard so many good things about these bottles and can't wait to replace my avent bottles with these!!

Aimee said...

I would love this set! I'd donate the bottles after I was finished to a young moms home, The House of Ruth; http://www.thehouseofruth.org/ Its a wonderful organization for young mothers.

anemeyer@verizon.net

Debbie and Ori said...

After I finish using them, I'd donate the bottles to the Suitcase Clinic in Berkeley, CA. It's a non-profit clinic run completely by the UC Berkeley students and serves the homeless population in Berkeley. They also go to a women's shelter, which I'm sure would put these bottles to good use! debbie (dot) melamud at gmail.com

Stacey Moore said...

thanks for sharing this!! i am close to this location:
KENTUCKY

SUSTAINkids
3724 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY 40207
502-897-8999
www.sustainstores.com

Kathy said...

Mine would go to First Choice Women's Center in Miami, Florida. It helps women who decide to keep their baby by providing lots of support, maternity clothes, baby items, furniture, sometimes even a place to live if they have no other option.
Thanks, Kathy

peekab00 said...

I would LOVE These.... we've been slowly making the transition. but with twins, and needing double... it's way expensive... soooo these would be awesome... and the donation as with all the girls have out grown and left behind... goes to birthrite..

Rose said...

These would be great - and when I am done with them, we have a Ronald McDonald House here in town (Ann Arbor, MI) that could probably make good use of them.

Carrie said...

The only place I can think of is our local crisis pregnancy center.

Carrie
mountainrailway at gmail dot com

ecky said...

i would pass them on to next generation which is a shelter for pregnant teens. they have a great thrift shop too!!!

elkesten[at]yahoo[dot]com

Molly said...

How timely! My sister just told me that all of the bottles we've been using are not safe! And after I was done with them I could put them on freecycle so that someone else could use them.
momabr@yahoo.com

Andrea W. said...

Paces, Inc. (Parenting and Childbirth Education Services)in Jonesboro, Arkansas provides teenage parents with prenatal and parenting information and support.

andreadwalker[at]yahoo[dot]com

Ariana said...

I could pass these on to the Portland YWCA, which offers services for women ages 14 and up.

Crystal said...

I would put them on the blessings table at my MOPS meeting when we are finished with them. I have never seen any BPA-free bottles there before and I know if I would like them then so would another mom.

Beth said...

I usually pass what I'm finished with on to either ECHO or our local women's shelter.

Melissa said...

I'd like to enter. My favorite donation spot in NYC is Baby Buggy.
They collect baby items and distribute them to a number of different charities.
www.babybuggy.org
You can call for a pickup!
(212) 736-1777

Laura said...

I would donate my bottle to my church to give out to teen moms.

NatPDX said...

Great giveaway & informative too. I would give my used bottles to Northwest Children's Outreach. http://www.northwestchildrensoutreach.org

Jenny said...

These look great! I would give my bottles to our local Beta Program for teen mothers.

Jenny retrojenny@gmail.com

Bobbie said...

I would love to have these bottles for my grandson. His parents don't have a lot of money and my husband is out of work, but we just love this little guy and really want what's best for him. I would donate the bottles to a local daycare called Sheltering Arms that provides daycare on a sliding scale basis for parents who can't afford regular daycare prices. Thank you.

Becca said...

I would donate these to SafePlace for use in their emergency shelter.
www.safeplace.org

hpaige said...

I would love these for my new little one arriving in June. I would donate the bottles to our local Battered Women's Shelter. Every Christmas and Mother's Day I organize to donate 200 pampering gift baskets to women that are currently in the shelter. I am sure one of them could use the bottles.

Liz BK said...

This would give me a break from washing my three Medela bottles so often! And in a year, I could pass them on to Baby2Baby here in LA. http://baby2baby.org
Thanks, Prizey!

Liz
imisspluto at gmail dot com

Katharos said...

I would give my gently-used bottles to Pregnancy Care of Cincinnati http://pregnancycareofcincinnati.com/homepage.html. kokanary(at)gmail(dot)com

Marlena said...

This giveaway couldn't come at a more perfect time! This whole BPA hype has had me searching all over the internet for helpful websites and products. An organization that would benefit from gently used donations would be Family Resources as they have several programs that benefit young mothers as well as an adoption program.

Sarah said...

I'd LOVE to win these!! I'd donate them used to the local womens shelter for domestic violence. http://www.unitedfamilyservices.com/template.html in Charlotte NC

Heather Brandt said...

I'd love to win these for our child we are adopting from Russia. If I could donate to a place, it would be the Center for Women and Families in Louisville, KY where I once volunteered. They serve victims of domestic violence.

heatherlbrandt@verizon.net
www.russianblessings.wordpress.com

Amy said...

My OBGYN, Teypeyac Family Center, here in Fairfax, VA is a Catholic based practice that spends a great deal of resources caring for underpriviliged moms. I would donate the bottles to Tepeyac when I am done with them. All babies deserve safety from harmful chemicals. http://www.tepeyacfamilycenter.com/

Anonymous said...

Would really appreciate this gift as would 2 month old Michael. We are donating our gently used items to BirthRight, Casa Esperanza and the program operated by the local hospital all three of which provide items to women and children in need.

kmbh said...

There is an amazing women and children's shelter in Birmingham, Alabama called First Light. They'd benefit so much from these donations! www.firstlightshelter.org

kmbh said...

I forgot to mention the Helping Hands Ministry in Tulsa, OK. http://www.firstchurchtulsa.org/care/helping_hand.htm. They provide temporary relief when you hit hard times (including food scarcity).

Sarah said...

I would love to win these! If I won, I would pass them onto the Crisis Pregnancy Center or home for Teen Moms.

Thanks for the chance to win!
haras76(at)live(dot)com

CanCan said...

I would like to have these to replace the "bad" plastic bottles I threw out this week.
I would choose to donate my bottles to http://pathwayshome.org/ PATHWAYS.
It is a charity in my hometown that rehabilitates women who are living on the streets. They help them get off drugs, give them a place to live, teach them job skills, and they have free daycare and preschool for their kids.

Denette said...

I would love to have some BPA free bottles for my 6 month old. When finished with them I would donate them to Healthy Start of Anderson County. A program designed to reach out to young first time mothers. The program helps these women and girls deal with the hardships of becoming parents and works at establishing a bond between mother and child which helps to prevent child abuse in the future. This program is in desperate need of funding and is only surviving now on individual's donations.

Denette said...

http://health.state.tn.us/MCH/healthystart.htm

A link to the healthy start web page if interested.

Sarah said...

I would give them to Kids Peace

Tracy said...

Once used, I'd donate these bottles to Starick Womens Refuge in Perth WA


skeeter_93@yahoo.com

Jen said...

I really wanted to try these for my new baby! The women's shelter here in Corpus Christi, TX is organization for battered women and a donation of healthy bottles would greatly benefit them: http://www.thewomensshelter.org/ I have donated to them many times.

snookums said...

hey there. Much like everyone else, I would obviously love to give these a whirl! WHAT a COOL product-finally. Though it's not in my hometown, my company does a lot of work with a charity in Honduras that builds schools and shelters for kids (Osman Hope). Every year we donate school and basic living supplies to kids who otherwise would have nothing. THough it may be far away, I'd gladly send them over when we are done!

Anonymous said...

I would love to try these new bottles...I'm so excited to see all the BPA-free bottle options now days. I live in St. Louis and support the Crisis Nursery which helps the children of parents in crisis situations like abuse, loss of a home, etc. We collect many used bottles, clothes and toys to aid us in helping these children while they are left here. Thank you!
kaja3856@mac.com
-Kimm

Toni said...

I would love to win these bottles. They are wonderfully cute and BPA free what more could a new mom ask for! I would donate the bottles to Youth Connections of Racine. They offer support and provide education for teen mother in the area.

Jennifer, R.N. said...

I would love to donate these to the Brighton, MI pregnancy help clinic. The girls who seek out help need all the (toxic free) help that they can get.

MsJoeCool said...

can use them. I'm sure the could use them too.

http://www.cacplano.org/
http://www.fapcc.com/

Melissa said...

I would give mine to our women's shelter in downtown Salt Lake. They are always in desperate need of any and all baby supplies.

jeepcutie82(at)msn(dot)com

Jessica said...

I would love to win these for my girl friend who is having her first. I would donate my gently used bottles to the Womens Shelter of Greater Danbury (CT)

Scarlett said...

I would donate these to Hope Family Services, which is a domestic violence shelter in my area of Florida.

Kelly said...

I would donate these bottles after we finish using them to SAMMinistries in San Antonio, TX. www.samm.org

This charity helps the homeless in a variety of practicals ways to help them succeed in life.

Wendi said...

What a great opportunity! I would pass these along to my best friend, Sheila Beatty (does that count as an organization?) who is expecting a new baby in September.

Anonymous said...

This is a great give-a-way. A great way to spread the word about BPA-free products. There is an organization called Middle Way House http://www.bloomington.in.us/~mwhouse/ in Bloomington, IN which is a crisis center for women and children who are victims of domestic abuse. I have previously donated diapers and unused baby toys. This would be a wonderful donation since these mothers basically have to leave everything behind and seek refuge from abuse.

BrasilGal said...

This is a great give-a-way. A great way to spread the word about BPA-free products. There is an organization called Middle Way House http://www.bloomington.in.us/~mwhouse/ in Bloomington, IN which is a crisis center for women and children who are victims of domestic abuse. I have previously donated diapers and unused baby toys. This would be a wonderful donation since these mothers basically have to leave everything behind and seek refuge from abuse.

Cate said...

I would love this for my newborn baby boy, who is a master nurser. It'd be perfect for bonding for the rest of the family, and for when I regretably have to put him in childcare!
Thank you for a generous giveaway!

meg said...

My church is always collecting items for teen mothers or mothers-to-be who may need some financial help. Our church has a "baby shower" every nine months to celebrate the birth of another child. Items are collected and given to those in need... it would be great to donate some of these good-for-baby/ good-for-earth bottles! And I would love my daughter to use them too!

loving green said...

These would be awesome for a friend of mine and then passed onto our local group Rochester Baby Buddies.

Sam @ Loving Green

Dan and Jess said...

I'd love some BPA free bottles! Then I would pass them along to the Joy House - a part of the Milwaukee Rescue Mission that houses homeless women and children.

Jess

mamatoD&J said...

I would give these to my best girlfriend (I've known her for 22 years) and then passed on to Sharp hospital's teen pregnancy center (http://www.sharp.com/services/index.cfm?id=682). Unfortuantely, BPA-free bottles are expensive and a teenager may not think of making such a purchase b/c of the cost.

Michelle said...

I'm planning on contacting the Mother Baby Program of the Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services (http://www.sfbs.org/motherbabypg.htm) to donate some formula, blankets and clothes so they are the ones I would also end up donating the bottles to after I finished with them.

Amanda said...

I would give them to my church. They always put stuff together to take to Mexico once a month. They take what is donated to needy fmailies.

Emily Weaver Brown said...

These are great! I would donate the bottles to the YWCA womens support shelter in Tacoma WA. A domestic violence shelter serving women and children. http://www.ywca.org/site/pp.asp?c=dkLQK9MNIoG&b=216197

Shana said...

I would donate them to Shelter House

http://www.shelterhouseiowa.org/

We don't give our baby many bottles yet but when I go back to work we will, as of now we use glass but she can't throw things yet!

Amanda said...

I would donate to our local hospital for their needy mother's shower

Teann said...

I would love these!
I would donate them to our local crisis pregnancy center, called Assurance Women's Center.

jbubolz-miller said...

I would give them to the milwaukee rescue mission when Im done with them!

Renee said...

I would appreciate this gift! I would pass my bottles along to our local Division of Children and Family Services (WA DCFS- Region 2)for the numerous children they take into custody due to child abuse and neglect. Most of these children do not have their basic needs met and when they are removed from their home, they quickly need be cleaned, fed, and clothed.

corrie71 said...

I'd love this for my baby. I'd pass them along to FRUA which is the Families for Russian and Ukrainian Adoption organization in my area with the hope they could send them abroad to Russian orphanages in need.
corrie71 at aol dot com

she she said...

I too would love to receive these safe bottles for the niblet growing in me! When done I would be happy to donate them to the Center for the Childbearing Year in Ann arbor MI. They gave my family a great start with holistic classes, a great book library, mothering arts groups and clothing swaps - they are fabulous! I haven't contacted Patty Brennan yet but I will - I'm sure would love to have great safe items to share with new families!

Erica said...

I would give my bottles to The Lake County Haven, a transitional shelter for homeless women and children. http://www.lakecountyhaven.org/index.htm

Thanks!
ebrown926@gmail.com

Melanie said...

After researching bottles and sippy cups for my baby, I have decided on the Green to Grow products and would LOVE to get the opportunity to try the products for free! When finished, I would pass them along to other new parents within the Seattle parental support group I attend called "First Weeks" started by Ann Keppler RN, MN. She has supported numerous families by moderating a variety of drop in group for parents, providing reassurance and opportunities for parents to learn from one another. Thank you for letting me share, Melanie Norris

Becki said...

I am very interested in trying these! Afterwards, I believe Shade Tree, a local shelter for battered women and their children, would benefit from this product!

Gretchen said...

After using these bottles, I would love to donate them and many other baby items to Hope House (http://www.hopehouse-ejc.org), a local domestic violence shelter in Kansas City for women and children. I know they would be happy to receive these and give them to someone in need.

stampedwithgrace said...

I would probably give these to a friend at church (Western Hills Church in OKC) or to a local MOPS group.

Amber said...

THis would be awesome to win! I would pass them along to Cobb St Ministries (women's shelter) when I am done with them! amelhu@hotmail.com

Donna said...

I'd love this set for my little guy coming this summer! And I'd donate the bottles to A Door of Hope in Delaware.

Chris & Amanda said...

We're switching all our baby stuff to BPA-free, this would be perfect for our next! or make a great gift for a new mom.

When I am done with bottles, I would donate them to Bridging which helps homeless families transition into housing.

jenna said...

Fabulous giveaway, and a great idea to give them away when I'm done using them - I'd give to Hope Pregnancy Center in College Station, TX.

a sojourner said...

What a fantastic giveaway!

When I'm done with these great bottles/cups I'd give them to Bananas, a wonderful resource for parents for everything from babysitters to handouts about lice to taking care of people in challenging circumstances.

http://www.bananasinc.org/index.php

a sojourner

Ashley said...

I would love to win as well. We host a play group at Catholic Social Services, which often reaches out in our urban community and helps anyway they can. This would be great for them!

Alexia said...

There is a pregnancy center in my area called "New Beginnings Pregnancy Center" and they are a GREAT organization! I'm a single Momma myself and have actually been helped by them on multiple occasions. They get all of my baby items when I am done with them already!

melanie said...

I would love these. I give away most of my baby stuff after I am done with them and would do the same with these. I would give them to http://www.weaveincorp.org/, a great group I have worked with for years. They work with survivors of domestic violence. Thanks! melanie (melanieodc at gmail.com)

MaryLee said...

Wonderful giveaway. Thank you. My first preference for donation would be to St. Jude or a St. Jude family home, for family members staying in the area while their children are being treated. If they are not able to take the bottles, we have a woman's shelter that I'm sure would be appreciative.
MLgrandma AT yahoo DOT com

Anonymous said...

I would love to win these and I would pass this on to Safe House Family Resource Center which provides counseling and education to low-income families, including giving mothers maternity and baby clothes.

Anonymous said...

I would give my bottles to The Children's Home Society of NJ.

Anita said...

I love these! I'd donate them to the local women's shelter.

Minding Mizz said...

Thank you for the chance to win these cool bottles. When I am done with them I will donate them to Insights Teen Parent Program. If they don't accept bottle donations, I will freecycle them.

frannythompson@yahoo.com

Uniquely Yours said...

This is awesome I have three cousins that are pregnant. One is even expecting twins so count me in.

Dianne Young Erwin said...

When I am finished with these lovely bottles, I would donate them to the House of Martha Ann Mary in Oceanside , Ca for women and children. Thank you.

Stephenie said...

My baby to come would love these. When he's done with them we'd have to give them to Pregnancy Information Center in Aurora, IL. PIC helps pregnant women make a decision to keep their babies through education, counseling, and financial support. Or share their gift with a family waiting to adopt. I know they would appreciate these good for baby/ good for earth products.

Jinxy & Me said...

I would pass them on to the Family Pathways organization in our area. I am sure they would be very happy to receive them!

puca said...

I would love to win the Green to Grow bottles for my daughter because I bought, unknowingly, some plastic ones with BPA. I would like to suggest as recipient of the bottles donation The Young Parents Program at Family Centers in Stamford, CT (http://www.familycenters.org) I am volunteering for this new program that supports pregnant teens as they transition into their roles as young mothers.

Anonymous said...

I am searching for safe bottles for my baby that will be arriving VERY SOON!! I'd definately pass these along to our local Someplace Safe. Someplace Safe is an organization that helps women and children caught in domestic violence!

Thanks so much
Rebekah
rzahrboc@co.ottertail.mn.us

Erica Holt said...

A daycare for children of low-income parents both head start and highlands christian school I'm sure would greatly appreciate.

Chyara said...

I just found out the hazards of BPA and did a google search and found your site. Great job!

For my entry i would send my bottles to the local women's shelter.

teresa said...

I would love these for my soon to be born baby. When I was finished with them, I would donate them along with the other baby items we wouldn't need anymore to Safe Harbor. http://www.sheboygansafeharbor.org/about_us.htm

It is a shelter/organization for women and their children who are victims of domestic abuse.

jtpirillo at nconnect (dot) net

poligal said...

These look and sound wonderful! I would love these for my baby on the way. I would pass them along to the local Fisher House which supports military families.

Kerry said...

This looks great, I would pass them on to St. Ann's Infant and Maternity Center. I volunteered there in College and they do great work for the community. http://www.stanns.org/index.jsp

jill said...

The Sacred Heart Community Service organization in San Jose, CA has a program called Sacred Heart's Layette Program. www.sacredheartcommunityservice.org

Sacred Heart’s Layette Program attempts to alleviate some of those
struggles by providing new mothers
with a Layette and other basic essentials in order to better care for their newborns.

The Layette Program is a volunteer
driven program that ensures that
everything about the first day of
our newborn customers’ lives is
“brand new.” This program is totally supported by donations.
Over 400 layettes are given out each year through their Welcome Center.

TaraP said...

This is a great giveaway that I would love for my new baby. I would pass them along to the Sara Lee Women's Center at Forsyth Memorial Hospital. They have a nice lactation group that could definitely find a good home for these wonderful bottles.

tjppnw said...

Love the bottles, so responsible and adorable! I am trying to win these for my sister who is due soon. We have always tried to share all our baby gear as we have alternated having babies. So she would use them and then we would donate to an organization called safeharbor, a shelter for women and children. Thanks!

Melissa P said...

I would love to have these bottles for my little guy and then would love to be able to give them to the Alpha House which provides temporary shelter, food and assistance to families.
mbwhite at hotmail {dot} com

Sylvie'smom said...

What a great giveaway! I would donate my gently used bottles to the non-profit organization, Haven, in Michigan, which has a domestic violence shelter for women and families.

AmyS said...

i would love these. I would give my old ones to the brandon pregnancy crisis center.

Anonymous said...

This is a great gift set! I would give my bottles to the Women In Need Society (WINS) of Calgary.

thehuffs said...

I would give my old bottles to Alameda Family Services
http://www.alamedafs.org/index.php

jenniferhuff[at]gmail[dot]com

E said...

These look great. I would donate my old bottles to The Everett Gospel Mission in Everett, WA which has a shelter to battered women and children.

Jules said...

Love these! What a great giveaway plan. My doula practice is located above a birth center that serves many low-income women. I would pass along the gift to the beautiful women who come through the center. www(dot)blessedbirths(dot)com.

Chic Shopper Chick said...

These are awesome. I think that I would just donate them right off the bat, so they would be brand new, to the Louisiana Baptist Children's Home (http://www.lbch.org/). They can use all of the help they can get!

sarah hd said...

This product is wonderful. I would donate them to Benedict Center, a nonprofit agency in Milwaukee that works with women (many of them mothers) going through the criminal justice system and helps get their life back on track through the Harm Reduction Program.

Erin said...

I love the Green to Grow bottles, and love the fact that they are offering the wide neck bottles too! If I won the bottles, I would definitely donate them to Hope Haven of the Lowcountry. They are a non-profit organization in our area of South Carolina that provide crisis care, counseling, and shelter for abused children. I am sure there is a sweet baby who would love to have them! Thanks so much for the contest!!

Ludmilochka said...

Enter me!

Kat said...

My baby is to precious to take a chance on BPA. This would be so great and would alleviate the worries about whether bisphenol-a is harmful or not. Better to be safe than sorry. I would give them to an agency here called Family Service Association which includes a domestic violence shelter and also Healthy Families which prevents child abuse by working with the moms and also promotes healthy development from prenantal to child age 5.

Amy said...

These would be great for my new baby! When we are done using the bottles, I would pass them on to the Family Birth Center at our local hospital, Lebanon Community Hospital. I know there would be a lot of new moms who would appreciate both the free AND BPA free bottles.

Kerri said...

I would love to win these bottles for my niece that is coming into the world next week. I recommended another brand (prior to knowing about the BPA issues), and I feel guilty. After their use - I would donate them to Harmony House. This is a battered women's shelter in our area. Thank you for the opportunity, and the great product!

nikkicb said...

I will donate these and all of my other gently used baby items to St. Mary's Parrish in West Chicago, for their donations to the community. I grew up there and went to their school and there are many families in that area that need very basic items.

Anonymous said...

I would love to win. After I have used these I would happliy pass these to the http://www.venturacpc.org.

Anonymous said...

love to get this and pass it on to my local church for families in need.

Anonymous said...

I would share the bottles with the Jefferson County Public Health Maternity Support Services program in WA. These nurses support every single woman in our County (who would like) a/postpartum visit. They are amazing! They are very environmentally conscious as well!
Thanks-adwinegar@hotmail.com

karen said...

I would love to win. After I have used these I would happliy pass these to the http://www.venturacpc.org.

Anonymous said...

Would love to have these but also know of a place who could use them as well. Bryan's House. A shelter for children who are HIV+ and/or AIDS.

runner said...

I would give them to "The Light House" in Kansas City.

rapleylaura@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Trying to find BPA-free bottles is nearly impossible! What a wonderful prize. I would donate them to our town's low-income housing project (HUB). Everyone deserves safe bottles for their babies.

Julia said...

Hi, I would so love to win this, my baby boy is just 3 Month, so this would be perfect right now. After done using them I would give them to the NEW START PROGRAM http://www.voa-dakotas.org/Services/ChildYouth/NewStart/tabid/1306/Default.aspx a program helping new moms and moms of young children who have for example had problems with alcohol abuse.

Celine said...

How great would it be to receive these bottles. I would love to try them out. I will spread the word to all my friends and moms at my little girl's school. I'm going crazy trying to figure out what BPA free bottles to start using for my 5 mo. old boy. If I get these bottles it would be so perfect!

Jeremiah McNichols said...

Comments closed. Thanks to everyone for entering and telling us about so many great organizations!