Healthy Child Parties
You can inspire others! Use our party kit to empower other parents to create healthy homes.
Since 2009, more than 5,600 parents have used our party kits to educate friends, family and co-workers about protecting our most valuable resource: our children. The Healthy Child Party has become a vital grassroots program to provide communities with tools to transform their local home & community environments and take action.
Ready to start your own local movement?
What is a Healthy Child Party?
The Healthy Child Party Program is an educational initiative that helps parents share and learn how to create a healthier home for children using the resources included in the Healthy Child Party Kit.
The Healthy Child Party Kit is a party in a box! The kit is filled with fun & educational materials, our special–edition “Wake Up Story” DVD and plenty of healthy & safe product samples. Our educational materials help hosts learn simple, tips & easy steps they can take to create a healthier home, school or workplace!
How do you get started? It’s simple: Sign up with a $40 donation, and within three weeks you’ll receive a kit filled with educational materials, our Wake-Up to 5 Easy Steps DVD, as well as a variety of natural product samples and coupons from our corporate sponsors. Just sign up here!
Hosts invite 10 or more friends and family to meet on an appointed date at a home, business, school or community center. Together, they view the DVD, distribute the samples and discuss Healthy Child’s resources—with the goal of making long-term changes to protect their kids’ health.
*Note: Depending on the season, the contents and samples included in each Healthy Child Party Kit may vary. Capacity and space is limited, so not all items can be provided in the same quantities. Inconsistencies in party kits may not be due to human error. Plan on hosting a large party? If you would like additional to order more than one party kit when completing your purchase, email [email protected]
September 24, 2022
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