My granddaughter, Kristen, loves the water. She never fights about talking a bath. And when she got the Boon Bath Goods, immediately that's what she wanted to do. Her smile tells the story of how much she loves it.
Boon began as a problem solver to organize a kid's messy bathtub. The Frog Pod was Rebecca Finell's firstborn for the company.
Finell and partner, Ryan Fernandez, created Boon after having success with innovative ideas at an affordable price. Committed to quality and safety, Boon now offers a wide range of products that helps parents worldwide.
Boon is committed to donating 10% of its profits to charities benefiting the needs of children.
One organization it supports is, Helping Orphans Worldwide (HOW), a non-profit group dedicated to providing human rights and social justice to children in deprived areas worldwide. They also give supplies and support to orphanages in the Philippines and Vietnam.
Boon also supports the Child Crisis Center in Arizona. The center helps prevent child abuse and neglect, and strengthens families through education. Boon even coordinates donations from industry partners, including Delta, Snazzy Baby, Colgate Mattress, and Columbine Cody.
Giveaway:Win a set of Boon Bath Goods. This collection of fifeteen bath appliqués, three balls, and two mini-scrubbies makes bath time fun. Boon Bath Goods don't absorb water, which reduces mold and mildew.
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