***Disclosure: I received complimentary samples to facilitate my review. No other compensation was provided, and all opinions are 100% honest and have not been influenced in any way.***
So when I learned about the oh-so-stunning home decor items from Native Trails, I was definitely intrigued. This great company offers some amazing wares that stand out in a crowd. (See that vase to the left? Isn't it fabulous?!) In addition to decorative pieces like this for the home, Native Trails also offers bath fixtures, mirrors, and kitchen items, all made from sustainable or recycled materials.
The Native Trails Share the Love Campaign Helps Kids
With the purchase of select handmade, recycled copper home decor items from their new Lifestyle Collection, Native Trails will donate 20 percent to CASA for Children (Court Appointed Special Advocates), a nationwide non-profit foundation that helps abused and neglected children find loving homes. These handmade, sustainable items make the perfect gift for Mother’s Day or any occasion.
How cool is that?! I have to say, this is a wonderful way to help abused and neglected kids. Having worked in the public school system, and being a survivor of domestic abuse, I am very familiar with (and grateful for!) the work that CASA does. They definitely helped me as I ended a very abusive first marriage. My son's CASA worker was kind, compassionate, and worked with me as I ended what was a hellish relationship that was hurting both me and my child. They helped me learn about resources available so my son and I could confidently leave behind our abusive past and have a much happier future. And yes....Our present situation is wonderful and free of the horrors we endured!
One Piece from the Share the Love Line
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And remember....If you shop their new Lifestyle collection, 20% of the proceeds goes to help CASA, and make a child's future brighter! This promotion is valid throughout the entire 2013 year.