Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Nappy Collective Changing lives Changing Bums

That warm and fuzzy feeling of seeing all my blogging buddies in the one venue and the opportunity to catch up with some of many people out there holding my virtual hand the last 2 years is epic. Two weeks ago I traveled to Sydney to attend the Blogger's Brunch.

While I also enjoy connecting with the fabulous brands , it is important to me that Kid's Business focuses on some very important charities and inspires women to lead happier lives.

The Art of being happy ... continues to raise awareness of the challenges other mums in our community face. Then give us the opportunity to help.

One of the speakers was Jo Ann Hicks from

The Nappy Collective's  Jo Ann Hicks - Photo Credit: Kids Business

The Nappy Collective was the brain child of a group of mums. In October 2013, they launched their first Nappy Collective via Facebook.

They collected leftover nappies, sitting in draws, at the bottom of nappy bags, in the back of a cupboard at the grandparents’ house  !!!

The response is EPIC !

How easy is it to help - easy collect your left over nappies so they can be redistributed to organisations who support families in crisis or in need ?

The Nappy Collective runs for 2 weeks , 3 times a year. If you have nappies to donate, drop them off at the designated collection sights whilst the collective is on. 

Bloggers can help spread the word amongst their social media channels , or mother's groups and playgroup or church.

Sign up to their mailing list or like the facebook page to be notified on when and where the collectives are on! Spread the word amongst your mother's groups and playgroup or church.

Need more information please check their FAQ's page too. 

They mentioned this favourite quote and now it is one of mine.

Kids Business Communications hosts the Bloggers BrunchTM series of events where bloggers and brands meet and mingle. These events also raise awareness and funds for different charities. For more information www.kidsbusiness.com.au