Headbands of Hope Review and Giveaway

Head Bands of Hope

With the holidays coming up, I like to find companies that give back. I am a strong believer that if everyone does their part at giving back we can make a big difference. Sometimes all it takes is left over change while going through the drive-thru, or to purchase one of those $1 donation items at the check out at a local store.

I often find myself purchasing them even if I really don’t have that $1, because I never know when I will be the parent of a sick child. I pray that, I never have to deal with my daughter having the evil sickness, but there is never a promise your child will not get sick, there is never a guarantee evil will not knock at your door. If I were ever in a spot where my daughter was deathly sick, I would hope others would come forward and offer some sort of help to find a cure.

I was recently introduced to headbands of HOPE. With having a father in law pass from cancer, and not living far from St. Judes, I new this was a company I wanted to learn more about. I learned the company was created by a college senior who was only 22 years old, and the reason behind the company was to help young girls who had cancer. Jessica, the founder of headbands of HOPE seen first hand how much chemo affected the girls self-esteem and confidence. I can only imagine because I myself have self-esteem issues, and I am an adult.

Jessica wanted to help boost the girls spirit and give them their confidence back when they looked into the mirror. This inspiration led to headbands of HOPE. This is an organization with a mission, a mission to not only spread hope to these girls that never asked to be ill, but also a mission to help fund research for childhood cancer, and she plans to do this one headband at a time.

The headbands come in four different styles and range in price. For every headband that is sold another one is donated to a girl with cancer, and $1 is donated the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to fund life-saving childhood cancer research. So when you’re looking for the perfect gift this holiday season check out headbands of HOPE, and put a smile not only on your child’s face, but a smile on another child’s face that is battling for her life.
We were able to check out one of the headbands firsthand. I have to say not only was I impressed with the headband, but I was impressed with the whole organization. I am sure Jessica’s family is so proud of her!
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I think the headbands are beyond adorable, and I know they will bring many smiles to these young girls face that are having to battle something that we should have a cure for.
Thanks for Jessica over at headbands of HOPE 3 lucky readers of The Neat Things in Life with each win 3 different headbands.

Giveaway is open to US residents only.

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For more information about the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, visit www.StBaldricks.org.
I received product for review purposes only.
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About Jammie Morey

Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.

Comments

  1. Shannon Baas says:

    wild one

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  2. Michelle H. says:

    I like the Classic Neon Sparkle

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  3. Michelle H. says:

    Thanks for the chance…what a great company and their products are so cute.

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  4. tiffany tellerday says:

    candy apple red

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  5. I like the Orange You Glad headband.

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  6. I like the Orange you glad

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  7. Christy Parker says:

    I love the lacey ties!

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  8. Karen Medlin says:

    I like the Beaded Black Ring

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  9. Karen Medlin says:

    commented as Karen Medlin

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  10. Jessica Rose says:

    I like the Polka Dazzle headband!

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  11. I like the Double Bubble Glitter Plus

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  12. I love the swirly whirly!

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  13. Jennifer Harriman says:

    I can not tell you how much I love this site & what they are doing! What a wonderful way to boost a childs confidence & support a cause. My favorite is the Swirly Wirly Classic Shabby

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    Jammie Reply:

    I agree! I love companies like this, it really does give hop to little girls.

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  14. Lisa Garner says:

    I love the Miss Leslie headband!

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  15. cassandra (rab pom) says:

    I think this is a great product to promote, its wonderful it helps a good cause!

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  16. cassandra (rab pom) says:

    im stuck between the pink cheetah and neon sparkle! they are both too adorable lol

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  17. Lavender Glitter Band.

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  18. Georgiana O. says:

    Honestly I love them all. I would choose the Magically Michelle.

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  19. Georgiana O. says:

    I love that these are for such a great cause and to boot they are adorable.

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  20. What a great cause!

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  21. susan smoaks says:

    i love the light purple Lovely Lace Ties

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  22. I like the Luna headband.
    cjnedrow at gmail dot com

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  23. Jennifer Peaslee says:

    I like the Glitter bands, especially the purple

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  24. kathy pease says:

    i like the Black Vine head band

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  25. kathy pease says:

    Thank you for the great giveaway please count me in :)

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  26. I like the Ruby Red.

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  27. Charlene Kuser says:

    I love the Skinny Shabby » Wild One headband

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  28. Laurie Emerson says:

    I love the Sunflower.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  29. Laurie Emerson says:

    I love their mission of spreading hope in all girls one headband at a time. What a wonderful way to fund research for childhood cancer.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  30. Sarah Yurga says:

    I like the pink ring headband

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  31. Sarah Yurga says:

    these are beautiful products – thanks for introducing me to them!

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