On the Ninth day of Christmas… and guess what? Another Giveaway?

The answer to that question is yes.  But first let me tell you a story.


The Cause: 100% of the proceeds assist families in their journey to adopt orphans worldwide. Every load of laundry means Hope and Home to these precious children.

Imagine that you and your husband have twins, a little boy, and two little girls.  Five kids, okay.  Now imagine that they are all five or under.  Tack on a pending adoption from Uganda and you’ve got some serious craziness going on.  That’s a snapshot of life with Andrew and Lora Lynn Fanning.  Out of such crazy wonderfulness came a great idea: HopeSuds.

HopeSuds is an all-natural but hard working laundry detergent chock full of great things like essential oils and baking soda.  It smells great and is gentle enough for sensitive skin.  Does it work, you ask?  Check out their testimony page which boasts funny stories about soy sauce stains.  And for me, a general rule of thumb is this: if a mom of five uses the product… it’s probably awesome.

I’m seeing potential stocking stuffers and teacher gifts here!

One bag will provide enough detergent for about 30-48 loads.  The formula is safe for HE machines, and did I mention ALL NATURAL?  For granola moms like me this is very exciting.  The green friendly/somewhat natural products at Target are more expensive than a bag of Hope Suds which comes in at an affordable $10 per bag.  Do laundry, Save Orphans.  What is Tide doing for the world lately?

Ready for the part where I announce the giveaway? I thought so.

HopeSuds is providing a bag of their Citrus and Unscented laundry detergent for two lucky winners! (each winner gets one bag)

How to enter (up to 3 entries per person):

1. Leave a comment on this post

2. Post this in your FB status (let me know you did this!)

3. Twitter it!

Good Luck!  I will announce the winners tomorrow morning!

HopeSuds on Facebook

About the author


Erica is an advocate for simplicity, family time, making a cozy home and loving others well. She is the community coordinator for One Orphan, the orphan care ministry of America World Adoption Association. Erica and Calvin have four young children; Elliott, Charlotte, Lola and Liam. They currently reside in Nashville, TN.


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