I work for two incredible moms who created a business called Kids Konserve. They would be great to interview. Here is a little about them and how they got started.
A Common Theme ... Helping The Environment
The Kids Konserve waste-free lunch kit and other reusable products were the natural outgrowth of what two women saw as a big need that required immediate attention. With the premise that any business they undertook had to help the environment in some way, it didn’t take much imagination to see how they, as parents of young children, were contributing to garbage landfills, pollutants and sending the wrong message to their own children. How could they set an example of conservation for their children and empower them to be the examples of change for the future?
Focusing on how school lunch programs operate opened their eyes and propelled them to create Kids Konserve. Calculating the amount of trash being produced each day at their own schools during the lunch hour alone, shocked them enough to begin more research into reusable products that dramatically cut down on Earth’s ever growing garbage pile.
Please let me know if you are interested in interviewing them.
I would love to be featured,
I could use all the help I can get, as I am trying to raise enough money to build a self sufficient off the grid community for special needs kids and their family's
I am partnered with a amazing co.
they develop, manufacture and sell over 350 of the world's leading wellness products for your home and family. We carefully craft products you use everyday with the highest standards of safety, health, and wellness in mind
This Company has been green when green was just known as a color
hope to chat soon
I actually tried sending you an email but the address listed on your page didn't work for me. It could also have been an error on my part.
If you still need moms I would love to participate. My green slant focuses a lot of cloth diapering and elimination communication. I think it is a topic that is gaining in acceptance and awareness, but we could always use more publicity.
I am certainly interested in helping if I can. I am in charge of the environmental committee at my kid's elementary school so I am all for spreading the news about going green! Let me know if I can help!
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