New arrivals have landed at Tea Collection! They’re celebrating by offering 20% off your entire purchase. From today to August 3rd, stock up on one-of-a-kind designs inspired by Scotland to send them back to school in style.
Just in case you need more of a reason to shop, 5% of proceeds during the promotional period will be awarded to the five finalists from our Inspiring Little Citizens campaign. Tea received over 100 nominations from kind, compassionate kids making their communities a better place. On Thursday, we’re announcing the five winners who will each receive an equal portion of all Tea sales from July 27th – August 3rd to support a cause of their choice.
Tea’s Inspiring Little Citizens Finalists:
Savannah of Elk Grove, California: Savvy and her siblings joined the Ryan family via foster care adoption. She’s held bake sales and done charity runs to raise money for foster children in the community, and has even donated some of her own savings to local organizations. Savvy will donate her portion to the local Sacramento CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) organization. In her words: “I think all foster kids should get a say in where they end up and where they feel safe.”
Lilyanne of Asheville, North Carolina: 3-year-old Lilyanne spent months painting 150 8″x10″ paintings and wrapped them individually with her mom. She took them to local nursing homes/assisted living subdivisions and passed them out to residents on Christmas Eve. Lilyanne will donate her proceeds to Make-A-Wish so she can help make dreams come true for sick children.
Cash of Marshall, Minnesota: Cash is 7 years old. His service project is called Cash’s Cans. His mission is to help critically ill kids and their families while they stay at the Ronald McDonald House by saving pop tabs. The Ronald McDonald House turns the pop tabs in to generate revenue for their program. To date, Cash has collected and donated 4,790 pounds of pop tabs to help the cause. Cash will donate his portion to the Ronald McDonald House Upper Midwest to help critically ill children and their families.
Bridger of Richmond, Utah: Even though Bridger doesn’t speak, he has taught everyone he meets the value of life. He is deaf and his vision is impaired, yet he continues on with a smile. He can’t walk, sit or crawl, but has moved mountains by the light he radiates. His family’s small community has no adaptive park equipment for the disabled children that live there, so they will donate the money to have an adaptive swing installed at the city park.
Lillian of Kansas City, Missouri: Lillian wants to make sure that all kids have enough to eat. Through lemonade stands and bake sales to support No Kid Hungry, volunteering for the food pantry at her church and raising money for the food program at an elementary school in Ravine a l’Anse, Haiti, Lillian loves doing what she can to help children throughout the world. Lillian will use Tea’s contribution to support the Kansas City Team for No Kid Hungry. Lillian knows that every dollar will provide 10 meals for children in need, so a contribution from Tea could serve over 10,000 meals!