MGG Giveaway Day 5: “Zulugrass” for you… and ‘others’!

zulu logo(This giveaway is now closed for entries… see “comments” for the winner!)

This is the 5th and final giveaway on this little trip we’ve taken through some fantastic eco-products!  Today’s giveaway allows you to GET something for yourself but also GIVE to others.

It’s Zulugrass from The Leakey Collection!  (Now, who doesn’t love jewelry?)  Zulugrass is both unique and beautiful… this jewelry is made of natural grass beads (yes, grass!) dyed in rich colors & hues and combined with glass beads.  Each piece is handmade by the Massai women of Kenya and, with every purchase, you not only support the women’s work but funds are routed back to the local women, their families and communities to support education and health.zulu womn

See, it’s absolutely possible to give the gift of opportunity while you’re getting a little something for yourself.  (And with the holidays fast approaching too, it’s definitely something worth considering for gift-giving!) I have two amazing strands in colors of green (imagine that!). They can become bracelets, necklaces, belts, anything(!) and I think you might love them, so…

…would you like to ‘get the goods’ and ‘do some good’ at the same time?  Then just leave a comment here saying you’d like to win, or send a Twitter message that includes a reply to @momgoesgreen and a link to this blog. Facebook friends can also leave a comment to be entered. The winner will be randomly selected on November 12! zulu cu(U.S. entries only… sorry.)

Be sure to check out Zulugrass and The Leakey Collection too… their work is beautiful!

I hope you’ve enjoyed Mom Goes Green’s Five Days of Giveaways journey through fantastic eco-goodies! I’ve always believed that with every choice, there is a greener option… “Choose Green”!

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12 thoughts on “MGG Giveaway Day 5: “Zulugrass” for you… and ‘others’!

  1. i would love to win this as an example of recycled glass. I am a Recycling Program Specialist at The Waste Authority in Blakeslee, PA and of course, am always interested in recycled products. Check us out at

  2. I would LOVE to win! I go to a jewelry party every year called Beads for Life. Ugandan Women make the jewelry out of colorful recycled paper. They are wonderful! The Zulugrass looks wonderful also.

  3. Beautiful color combinations… cool jewelry + good cause…of course I would love to win!

  4. Doreen – these pieces are beautiful! I would love to win them. And I love that they support women in Kenya.

  5. I have made jewelry out of recycled glass before, but never heard of recycled grass.
    Sounds like something I would love, and I have some dear friends in South Africa, fairly close by.

  6. I would love to win this so I can give it to one of my very best friends for her birthday that I missed.

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