Headbands of Hope Review and Giveaway

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Earlier this year I met the owner of a company called, Headbands of Hope.  This company creates headbands which help little “girls to keep their feminine identity and have a constant reminder that they’re not alone” as they fight childhood cancer.

Jessica was only only 20 years old when she interned at the Make-A-Wish Foundation which is where she she saw a need and created Headbands of Hope.  I met her as we sat eating dinner I teased her, asking if she was breaking curfew.  This gal is young, secure, and has a giving heart.  Her giving heart means that for every headband sold $1 is donated to St. Baldricks Foundation to support childhood cancer research and a little girl battling cancer gets a headband.

I bought a few headbands a few months ago for my girls and they love them.  The bands have a bit of a sheen and are soft and wide.  I would even feel comfy putting them on a baby with their delicate little heads.  I love these bands so much I asked Jessica and she is offering you a chance to win a band for your own!

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About Honey Rowland

Organic since it was a dirty hippie word is an easy way to understand me. With 3 kiddos (7, 14, and 16) and one bearded hubby I raise chickens, ducks, turkeys, goats, rabbits and Great Pyrenees livestock guardians on our organically ran mini farm in Ohio. A bull calf and heritage breed pigs have recently been added, along with an impending move into our less than 600 sq ft tiny home that's more and more off grid with each solar panel we buy.

Homeschooling, green living, self-sufficiency and natural parenting (but with yelling) is the norm here. Any skipping through the tulips tends to end with a face plant in chicken or duck poo but being a "glass half full" kind of gal I can smile 'cause the poo is organic and non-gmo! Stop by and see more at HoneysLife.com


  1. I like most of them. I espec love that money is given to such a great cause!

    • I know! 🙂 It’s like double dipping but in a positive way as you get a goodie, a little gal gets a goodie AND some money goes to research….I guess that’s triple dippin’ then! 😉

  2. Wow! pretty headbands, I like the black diamond ones they would look great with a cute little black evening dress.

    • Honey says:

      I KNOW!!! I love that vine one…I think it’s screaming for me to take it on a New Years Eve party. 😉


  3. They are so cute!

  4. I love them. Would like to get a few as gifts.

  5. What a wonderful post, thank you for sharing.

  6. Jackie B says:

    This is great! I’m 28 and have had my head shaved numerous times for brain surgeries (more to come). I don’t have a brain tumor, but I have a neurological condition that acts like one; similar symptoms. Instead of wearing my wig, I wear cute headbands or bandanas. It is much easier, fun, and can be switched out to match my outfit!

    • Jackie B says:

      By the way I love all of the headbands, but I think my favorites are the glitter ones!

    • Honey says:

      I hope the rest of the surgeries go very well and good luck! You’re the second gal that’s mentioned the glitter ones are her favorite! 🙂 ~Honey

  7. I love them all, especially anything pink and sparkly!

    • Honey says:

      Ahhh…you like the bling! 😉 Did you check out the vine? It’s black and a bit sparkly but lovely!

  8. You guys are the best! Reading your comments and this giveaway totally made my day. Thank you Honey for your support!

  9. I love them all! And her! Such a beautiful young lady- inside and out! The same as the beautiful little girls she brings Hope to. My teenage nieces loved the headbands I bought them (black and pink/white polka dot).

    • I known isn’t she adorable! 🙂 I’ve got to get the girls a few more and I’m wanting my own!


  10. I met Jessica as well and she is very impressive. I am a cancer survivor myself. I did not have to go through chemo so I did not lose my hair. However, one of my close friends (who has since passed) did have to go through chemo and I think losing femininity is definitely a concern for women and going through such a thing. I think Jessica has done what any great entrepreneur does: she found a solution to a problem. What’s even better is that she found a way to be charitable while solving it!


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