Host a Healthy Baby Home Party

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I applied to host a Healthy Baby Home Party! You can apply to be a host, too! Read on!

What is a Healthy Baby Home Party?

Seventh Generation’s home parties are hosted by parents like us who are focused on creating a healthy environment for the next generation. Developed with input from their non-profit partner, Healthy Child Healthy World, these parties are a great way to get together with friends, share helpful information, and make an impact!

Healthy Baby Home Party kits are provided to all selected hosts and contain educational info about our environment, helpful tips, a fun game, samples and coupons from Seventh Generation and other favorite family-friendly brands including bobble, Plum Organics and Zarbee’s Naturals.

What is the Application Process?

If you’re not already a member, first sign up at to join the Generation Good community.

After you’ve joined or if you’re already a member, just look for the Healthy Baby Home Party Application offer on your Generation Good dashboard and complete the application.

Applicants will be contacted by end of March if they have been selected to host a party, via an email to the email address assigned to their Generation Good member profile.

All selected applicants will then need to confirm their participation by accepting the Healthy Baby Home Party Mission in Generation Good and confirming their shipping address.

1,900 FREE Party Kits will be distributed in this round.
Hosting spots are open to US residents only at this time. Canadian parties are planned for later in 2016!

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Full terms and conditions are available within Generation Good in the “Healthy Baby Home Party Application” offer.


1 thought on “Host a Healthy Baby Home Party”

  1. II hosted a Healthy Baby party a few years ago. I was blown away by the amount of stuff they send. It really helped educate my fellow moms oabout toxins.


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