Being a certified B Corporation means Happy Family meets rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Learn more about B Corps at: bcorporation.net.
Baby Boot Camp is a stroller fitness program designed to balance the fitness needs of new moms with their desire to spend time with their children. Created in San Francisco in 2001 by Kristen Horler, Baby Boot Camp follows the guidelines set by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the American Council on Exercise. Horler released a second franchise brand, Karna Fitness, in 2010, delivering small-group training for women. For more information or to find the nearest location, visit babybootcamp.com and karnafitness.com.
Healthy Child, Healthy World
Healthy Child Healthy World has been a national leader for nearly two decades, igniting a movement of awareness and responsibility around the toxins in everyday household items like cleaning supplies, beauty products, and plastics. They inform and inspire millions of people to take action and create cleaner, greener, safer environments where children and families can flourish. Healthy Child reaches over 250,000 families new families per month through engaging with parents, answering questions, and offering advice. Learn more at: healthychild.org
March of Dimes
March of Dimes is a foundation originally established by President Franklin Roosevelt to fight polio. Its original mission accomplished, the foundation turned its focus to preventing birth defects and infant mortality. The March of Dimes has led the way to discover the genetic causes of birth defects, to promote newborn screening, and to educate medical professionals and the public about best practices for healthy pregnancy. In addition, the March of Dimes has initiated an intensive, multi-year campaign to raise awareness and find the causes of prematurity. For more information, visit: marchofdimes.com
Recycle Bank rewards people for taking every day green actions with discounts and deals from more than 3,000 local and national businesses. They do this by giving their members points for a variety of green actions, like recycling their electronics, reducing their energy use and learning to live a greener lifestyle. Members use their points for discounts on products, such as Happy Family’s products. Visit Recyclebank.com to register and get rewarded for going green.
See Mommy Run
See Mommy Run inspires moms to lead healthy, active lives by providing easy access to family friendly fitness groups and free online social networking for active moms. For more information, visit seemommyrun.com
The Small Things
The Small Things provides help for orphaned and vulnerable children and their families in Nkoaranga Orphanage and Hospital/Usa River, Tanzania. Planning is underway for building the Happy Family Children’s Village which will provide family-style homes, high quality education and nutrition for children 5-18 years old who are leaving the orphanage. Visit www.thesmallthings.org to learn about TST’s long-term vision.
The Spoon Foundation’s mission is to improve the nutrition of orphaned, fostered, and adopted children so that they can grow and thrive. Their international work is key to both identifying the micronutrients that many orphans lack and solving the problem by influencing nutrition policies for these children around the world. Learn more at: spoonfoundation.org
Talk About Curing Autism
Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to educating, empowering and supporting families affected by autism. TACA aims to shorten the time from the suspicion of autism, to diagnosis, to effective treatments. With early intervention, medical treatment unique to each person’s needs and necessary support services for families many children can improve greatly and some can recover from their autistic symptoms. Happy Family sponsors the national TACA parent support team providing free Real Help Now to families in need. For more information please visit: tacanow.org