Moms First: Clothing subscription box company donates to charities with boxes purchased
With more and more clothing subscription boxes becoming the new way to shop, companies are now targeting kids clothes.
A company says you will look good while doing good.
Kidbox was launched in 2016 with a mission that for every one of the boxes purchased and kept, they will donate clothes to a charity of your choice.
Kidbox is a subscription-based style box that gets sent to your home five times a year.
Here's how it works. You take a quiz for your child. You type in their name, sizes, brands, styles they prefer and then they personalize the box just for your child.
They then ship six to seven items for $98, which is an average for $14 per item. Included in the box are three outfits, stickers, and coloring sheets.
The sizes range from newborn to size 14 for kids.
Shipping is free and exchanges are made easy with a return bag and label included in the box.
The best part is you can order as you like, no subscription required.
Kidbox has donated over $12 million in new clothing so far with a bigger goal to clothe 1 million children in need across the country.
Recent data shows there are close to 7,000 subscription box companies in the world, with 70-percent of those companies based in the U.S.