About Us: Sponsors
KIWI magazine is a national magazine dedicated to growing families the natural and organic way. KIWI teaches its readers how to raise their children in the healthiest way possible and make the best choices, with the best information, in the shortest amount of time. As part of its mission, KIWI is working to spread its healthy lifestyle message to teachers, students and parents everywhere. Please look for KIWI on newsstands across the country or subscribe at www.kiwimagonline.com.
At Horizon Organic, we believe that organic is a healthier choice for all of us. The wholesome nutrition of Horizon Organic offers a simple way to help kids flourish. It also plants the seeds for an organic legacy ensuring clean water and fertile soil not only for our children, but for future generations as well. Since 1991, our farms have produced delicious dairy without the use of antibiotics, added growth hormones, pesticides or cloning.
Healthy Child Healthy World is the national non-profit leader protecting children’s health and well-being from harmful environmental exposures through education and prevention strategies. Healthy Child educates parents, supports protective policies, and engages communities to make wise choices and responsible decisions to create healthy environments where children and families can flourish. Founded in 1991 by Jim and Nancy Chuda after the death of their daughter Colette from a rare form of cancer believed to be caused by environmental toxins, the organization charged into the 21st century with new goals and services. The award winning website (www.healthychild.org) is a continually evolving resource of practical advice, relevant news, and everyday opportunities to create healthy environments for children and families.
GrowingGreat is a nonprofit nutrition organization dedicated to inspiring children and adults to adopt healthy eating habits. Since 1999, GrowingGreat has provided comprehensive nutrition lessons, farm-to-school food service programs and school gardens to over 20,000 elementary school students and their families. For more information, visit their website at www.growinggreat.org.