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Published on November 7th, 2013 | by Brittney French


Thursday Giveaway: Share the Love


The holiday season is quickly approaching. It's a time to be thankful while also extending a hand  to those who are less fortunate.

Share the Love was created to help needy families — all year round. It's a locally-sustainable, nationally-accessible cloth diaper bank that provides families with cloth diapers.

With more than 50 host sites in the U.S., Share the Love continues to grow and fight poverty in local communities.

For this week's giveaway, we want to Share the Love.

Two people will win a Flip One-Size Diaper Cover and a pack of Flip Disposable Inserts. But to help share the love even more, the same two winners will receive an additional Flip cover and pack of disposable inserts to give to someone who could use the gift of cloth diapers.

To enter, comment below by telling us what Share the Love means to you.

For more information on Share the Love and what you can do to help, click here.

If you are in need of assistance, please visit this page.

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Eligible entries must be posted no later than midnight Eastern time, Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013. U.S. residents only. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary to win. Winners will be drawn after the close of the contest and notified via email. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability.


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About the Author

Brittney is a social media coordinator for Cotton Babies. She has three sisters, loves pizza and enjoys listening to obscure bands no one has heard of. Outside of posting on the Cotton Babies Facebook page, she babysits a few cloth diaper-wearing kids and cheers for her favorite sports team.

85 Responses to Thursday Giveaway: Share the Love

  1. Beth Rees says:

    Sharing the love to me means paying it forward. Sharing with others the love and blessings that I have in my life in other ways, donating time, money, and sharing the good as much as I can

  2. Dorcas Iwashige says:

    Helping others even when it’s not out of your abundance

  3. Stephanie Olmsted says:

    Sharing the love means helping others and putting their needs before your wants.

  4. Aurora P says:

    Sharing your love for diapers to people in need.

  5. Melissa C. says:

    sharing my good fortune with others

  6. Danelle says:

    Giving to others in time of need without judgement… whether that be in the form of love or a helping hand.

  7. Danielle D says:

    Having a heart for people, and showing them that you care.

  8. riannemarjielle says:

    Share the Love would mean something specific and special to me right now and that is to help out in the most possible way our fellow Filipinos who have been directly hit by Super Typhoon Haiyan in our province. The davastation was beyond words…

  9. Carlene L says:

    To me, Sharing the Love means helping others when you’re able to. Whether it’s donating cloth diapers for families in need, sharing your knowledge about cloth, or just giving someone a hand when they may need it most ♥

  10. Jutta P. says:

    Share the love is a good reminder of how much I have been given. It inspires me to keep passing it along!

  11. Vicki H says:

    I think sharing the love means doing what ever you can to brighten some one elses day or helping them if they need a hand..

  12. Rachel says:

    It means sharing what you’ve been blessed with!

  13. Allison says:

    Sharing the love means to have a heart of service and giving. To love others and be kind to them!

  14. Kate says:

    Share the love means to brighten someone’s day! :)

  15. Kelly Choma says:

    Giving to someone you know could use something, and is desperate – that is what share the love means to me.

  16. Daisy says:

    To me, Share the Love is about giving to others out of the abundance of blessings that I’ve been given!

  17. scianda says:

    Share the Love means being a part of your community by supporting mothers and families around us.

  18. Kerri says:

    To give without expecting something in return

  19. Brittany Odonnell says:

    Sharing the love to me means helping others in need when you can. Giving things you no longer need/want to those less fortunate even when youre barely making it and COULD make money off those things.. It warms my heart seeing the smile of someone given something they need and knowing that their heart has just felt that same warmth :)

  20. Amanda Waldrop says:

    Share the love to me is an amazing program that makes life easier by providing diapers to those who would otherwise be spending large amounts on disposables. It makes living on a budget easier because you drop the weekly cost of disposables.

  21. Savannah Logan says:

    spreading the word about amazing products.

  22. Savannah Logan says:

    to spread the word about some amazing products.

  23. Samantha Yoder says:

    Sharing the love to me means sharing knowledge of how easy using cloth really is. I really don’t know if I would have tried it if it hadn’t been for a helpful stranger sharing her knowledge with me and answering my questions. I had been researching getting started with cloth online and I was feeling so overwhelmed and I was pretty nervous about giving it a try but a friend of mine gave me the name of a friend of hers that had cloth diapered her two kids. I contacted her on facebook and just being able to talk to an actual real person – someone that was just like me – made me feel so much more confident. Now that I have been doing it for a few months I tell my family and friends about how easy it has been for me and let them know that if they ever have any questions I would be glad to talk

  24. Sarah Hayes says:

    it means to take some of what Ive been blessed with and to give it to someone else that would be blessed by it as well.

  25. Lacey J says:

    Sharing the love to me means giving another family the opportunity to fall in love with cloth! My sister in law is expecting a new baby and has expressed interest in cloth diapers, but is intimidated by all the start up costs. Thank you for the chance at such a wonderful giveaway :)

  26. Sara B says:

    Share the love means exactly that…sharing the love and blessings I have been given with others! I love the idea of helping parents who desire to use cloth, but may not be able to afford it! Helping them with something as small as a diaper donation can sometimes give families a little breathing room.

  27. Annette says:

    Share the Love means helping families to improve their circumstances with kindness and love, no matter what.

  28. Catherine BW says:

    Share the Love is families helping families. Keeping babies healthy by providing the tools to keep them reliably clean and dry.

  29. Courtney says:

    Share the Love, for me, is proof that it takes a village to raise a child. We all depend on each other and those who are in need sometimes have to depend on others. I am proud to be apart of a program that allows a community to pull together to help one another. It shows that some kindness and a group of amazing volunteers can truly make an impact! I love to give my time and love, and Share the Love is my way of helping sometime that I used to be! We had to wait to switch to cloth until we could swing it. Every need was a struggle and no one should struggle for diapers. I hope I can help alleviate some of the stress that buying diapers can bring, as I know it would have been a godsend for me as a needy young mom.

  30. Cari says:

    Sharing the Love means wanting for someone else what you want for yourself. Not wanting “just enough” or “similar,” but the same.

  31. Ellen Anderson says:

    Share the love means giving what you can to other’s 😀 Whether it’s your time and care of physical objects.

  32. Holli G. says:

    To pass on the love to another person whether in need or not. That personalized feeling from one to another.

  33. Danielle B. says:

    Share the love to me means sharing with other when I’m blessed… Paying it forward, passing on what I enjoy.

  34. molli vandehey says:

    to me it is about loving without an expectation of what you get in return.

  35. Sara says:

    Share the love is to share the love of cloth diapering we all have with anyone and everyone! One person can convert another to share the love!

  36. Beki Lozano says:

    to me it means to give to others to help them in other ways to give ur ur love

  37. Rebecca T says:

    To me Share the Love means paying it forward. We all can use help from others sometimes, and we all have times when we can pass things on to those who are in need.

  38. Cindy H says:

    Share the love means to help out people who are truly in need.

  39. Megan M says:

    Share the love means sharing our enthusiasm with other families interested in cloth diapering (or other natural way of living) and helping them with problems they encounter.

  40. Elizabeth Godschalx Wisniewski says:

    It means sharing your knowledge to help others have a better experience

  41. EmilyH says:

    Sharing the Love of cloth diapering is teaching other parents that CDs are not scary or difficult, and are completely worth the *little* extra work. Not only are they easy on the wallet and environment, have NO chemicals going on our babies’ bums, but they are ADORABLE!

  42. christine k says:

    It means sharing a love for the environment and a healthier bottom!

  43. Erica says:

    Sharing the love means loving unconditionally because I’ve been shown unconditional love.

  44. Michelle Lee says:

    Share the love means giving to others what has been given to you.

  45. Eva Lepe says:

    Helping other in need, families or babies

  46. Beth Ann says:

    This is a great giveaway. I would love to give the diapers we win to my friend who is having a baby in a few months! :)

  47. Melisa Darnieder says:

    It allows me to return the favor – a good friend lent me some diapers to get started and now I can pass that along

  48. Erin Ritter says:

    Share the Love to me means to introduce my friends and family to better for you products. Cloth diapers, natural soaps, anything thats better for you and better for the planet :)

  49. Emily says:

    Be generous!

  50. Rachel says:

    Share the love means being open about a part of your life that you enjoy and sharing day to day experiences.

  51. Kelley says:

    Share the love means to share the love of something healthy on your baby’s tushie! lol

  52. Melissa S says:

    To me, Share the Love means providing what I deem as a necessity in my life to someone else who cannot afford it. This is why our family participates in food drives, regularly gives items to the Crisis Pregnancy Center and homeless shelters, etc. When I learned 1 in 3 women struggle to afford diapers, I decided to buy diapers when they are on sale and donate them to organizations that give them to women. But I also try to help by donating cloth diapers to friends in need and plan to donate at least part of my diaper stash when we finish diapering.

  53. Sarah G. says:

    It means to open your heart to others.

  54. Nisa says:

    Helping moms in need give the very best to their beloved babies. To not have to worry about spending precious money on diapers is just such a blessing!

  55. Courtney N. says:

    Sharing the Love is wanting what’s best for another person, without selfishness.

  56. Andrea says:

    What a wonderful idea! It makes such a more sustainable difference in people’s lives than gifting disposable diapers would.

  57. Liz C. says:

    Share the Love to me means that we continue to keep disposable diapers out of landfills. Oh yeah, and it saves money!

  58. Jeannette says:

    Share the love means loviong your neighbor :) I just recently found out one of my friends from high school is considering cloth diapering for her expected baby. I am SO excited! I plan on sending her a big basket of goodies to encourage and support her and “share the love” of cloth diapering!

  59. Tara says:

    Sharing the love means giving to others. That doesn’t always equate to money. Even when you don’t have any you can still give time or donate things you aren’t using. I like that Cotton Babies is not just giving the gift of cloth to those in need, but also educating people. People still don’t realize how easy cloth can really be.

  60. courtney yarbro says:

    Share the Love is such an amazing opportunity to help so many people. I am so thankful to be a part of it.

  61. maryellen says:

    To me, share the love means to want for others what you truly want for yourself.

  62. molhudson says:

    So awesome….can’t wait to try your product.

  63. Annie Cernohous says:

    Share the Love means a LOT to me! I was the program’s first recipient which was really the turning point in my life, I feel. The kindness of strangers helped me to get out of my “having 2 babies in 15 months and dealing with postpartum depression” slump. I made many positive changes in my life after the stress of having enough diapers for both my babies was relieved by this wonderful program. I went on to become Share the Love’s first Host Site! I know personally just how much having enough diapers for your little one can change how you view the world. It seems silly, but it’s true! It is my passion and mission now, to help as many moms as I possibly can to feel the way I did when I received my package of cloth diapers from Share the Love. I’m proof that the program works and it’s life changing. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of that? :)

  64. Krissy Byerley says:

    I think sharing the love is about doing something good for someone when they don’t expect it and/or you don’t get something in return.

  65. Jennifer Osmondson` says:

    More diapers than 12 would be nice.

  66. Whitney Oaks says:

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  67. Julie Fickett says:

    Being a Share the Love host means many things to me but mostly its about empowering other moms and working with them to find an affordable, sustainable solution to their cloth diapering needs so that they never have to choose between cloth diapering and another daily necessity. We all need a helping hand at some point in our lives and if something as simple as a few cloth diapers can make such a huge impact in day to day living…what’s not to love about that?

  68. Jennifer says:

    well not only sharing what you love with someone else but opening up a new opportunity that may be beneficial to them as well!

  69. AlannaB says:

    “Share The Love” to me means giving someone a gift.

    In terms of cloth diapers, “Share The Love” means passing down a gift that can be used over an over again while freeing up financial burden.

  70. Deidre Davis says:

    To me, Share The Love means to share the love of cloth diapers with someone else-helping them financially in the process! Cloth diapers have helped us through some tight times.once I was to the point where I actually had more diapers than I NEEDED, I wanted to help others!

  71. Katie S says:

    I’ve been extremely fortunate to win some diapers along the way and I know that that is what actually made cloth diapers a possibility for me. My husband has been very reluctant about using cloth diapers, and at first did not want me to by any. Only after I won a few and he could see that they were not that hard to use and that I was committed to sticking to using them did he agree to let me start buying them for myself. Because of this, I can see how donations of cloth diapers may be the only way for some families to make cloth diapering a possibility. The blessings of being given something that you can’t afford to buy otherwise is huge. I love the idea of helping other families lighten their burden when they are struggling just to feed and shelter their kids. I have some diapers that don’t see much use that I would love to donate.

  72. Deb G. says:

    I have donated to our local Share the Love and feel very honored that I was able to. When a family has to choose between diapers and food it’s a shame.

  73. Joy says:

    Share the love means make someone’s day brighter and easier.

  74. Michelle says:

    Share the love means when someone’s in need- and you have something to give you respond. The program makes me happy because after working and living in a low-income community, I’ve seen how poverty can be expensive. In cloth diapering, those who would benefit from the money savings of cloth can’t afford the start up costs of cloth diapers. I’m glad this program is in place!

  75. Amber Hodge says:

    Share the love means hope for families who otherwise may not have any.

  76. Angel says:

    It’s a way of life not just a wonderful organization.

  77. Hannah Solbach says:

    Share the Love means helping out a friend whenever they need help and even when they don’t know that they need help. 😉 Like when you visit for the weekend and end up helping out with yardwork, housework, or anything else that you can. Or donating at every chance you get. You never know how much even just a little bit can help someone else out.

  78. Maggie W says:

    How do you get involved with Share the Love and Sheltering Wings? The only information I found on your website is for opening a host site.

  79. Cynthia Tellez says:

    Share the Love giving back to others and having them experience something wonderful in life that they will be truly grateful of. It means feeling loved and blessed!

  80. Keri Dameron says:

    Share the love to me means donating to others in need.

  81. Jessica mclain says:

    This is perfect! I’m in need and a Friend just found out she is pregnant who is in need!

  82. Emily says:

    I think the perfect example of Sharing the Love is when you find something you really enjoy or love (cloth diapering for me!) you want to tell everyone about it and help them get started. Right now I’m participating in a cloth diapering Secret Santa and I can’t wait to get my person something I absolutely love for them to try out :)

  83. Jenni L. says:

    It means teaching a family how to save money on diapers so they can afford other essential items. I donate my gently used diapers to our local diaper bank. I’m so thankful someone finally encouraged them to accept cloth!

  84. Maggie W says:

    Sharing the Love is wonderful. I’ve had new parent friends feel like they couldn’t cloth diaper because the initial cost is higher than buying a couple packs of diapers. Whenever I have a new mommy friend who shows interest in cloth diapering, I support her and purchase CDing supplies as her shower gift. It would be wonderful to pass even more CDs along!

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