Bearsforhumanity makes it easy to help a child in need. For every purchase made of one of their adorable plush friends, they donate one to a child in need.
Bears For Humanity is a social commerce company that believes in 100% certified organic products, healthy children and a sustainable environment. They manufacture Teddy Bears with an organic faux fur that is the closest thing to hugging a real bear! The company proudly employs women and at-risk mothers from the CalWorks program. When a customer buys a Bear For Humanity stuffed pal, another just like it is sent to a child in need. Can a Teddy Bear Change the world?
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These are not ordinary stuffed friends.
The stuffed friends that Bears for Humanity sell are not your typical plush you can buy in the store. These are 100% GOTS certified organic cotton, No pesticides were used and they are hypoallergenic. They are hand sewn and made in the USA. Their fill is made from recycled plastic bottles and caps.
The original Teddy Bears, 16” Premium Bear ($39.99) and 7” Baby Bear (19.99) now have “siblings” in the image of Cat, Eagle, Monkey, Shark, Panda, Turtle, Giraffe, Dog, Lion, Tiger and more known collectively as Animal Friends. These plush pals, also 100% certified organic, will soon stock the shelves of museum, zoo and gift shops coast to coast.
For the purpose of my review I received the adorable monkey. The monkey is 12″ in length, 4.5″ in width and weighs 0.5lbs. It has floppy arms and legs and is super soft and huggable.
Bearsforhumanity makes it easy to give to charity.
Like I mentioned previously for every purchase you make, they will donate a plush friend to a child in need. This may be the only time a child receives a toy. What better toy than one that is totally free of harsh chemicals and a child can cuddle up with?
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