Mama’s Farmers market Giveaway

Planting trees

Mama and her team were very busy yesterday. We gave away 100 Fruit Trees, 200 vegetable plants, and 1000 reusable tote bags at the Pasadena Farmers Market. Mama and her team are very committed to promoting self-sustainability and combating hunger in Pasadena. If you missed the tree giveaway but want a reusable tote bag, make a pledge to stop using one-use bags and we will send you a Reusable Tote Bag.

Stay tuned for pictures and a short video!

– Mama

Mama plants 1001 trees!

We love our Facebook Fans. At the end of March, we had 1001 Facebook Fans. Today, we sent a donation to Trees for the Future to cover the cost of planting 1001 trees.

Last month, some of the trees we planted were used to create a grove of trees in Limuru, Kenya.

mama's 3.5 trees for the future

We still need your help. Our goal is to plant 10,000 trees each month. Yep. That is a lot of trees, but imagine the impact you can have on the planet just by becoming a MamasHealth Fan.

Can’t give up your Pickup truck or SUV? Still haven’t replaced your light bulbs with eco-friendly ones? I know, change is hard. That is why I’m asking you to become a Fan. You can make a difference without making a major life changing action.

Become a fan now. It is easy, fast, and best of all FREE. As an added bonus, Mama will have special giveaways for her Facebook fans. We’ll give away gift cards, exercise equipment, and much more!

– Mama

Mama plants 851 trees for her Facebook Fans


At the end of each month, Mama plants 1 tree for each Facebook Fan. At the end of February, we had 851 Facebook Fans so we planted 851 trees through our partner Trees for the Future

Become a fan now and help us stop soil erosion, improve air quality, and preserve traditional livelihoods. Every little tree helps.

Want us to give you a tree? On April 17th, we are giving away free fruit trees at the Pasadena Farmer’s Market. Come by and say hello!

– Mama

Mama helps Vegas find a new home


A few months ago, I sponsored “Vegas”, the little beagle and promised to help him find a new home. He hasn’t found his new home yet. Vegas was left by his previous owner when they moved. This pooch has typical Beagle behavior and walks with his nose firmly planted to the ground. Vegas would do well in a family with older children and probably would enjoy a canine companion. Come take a chance on Vegas! Vegas is eighteen months old and weighs thirty pounds.

If you are looking to add some puppy love to your family, please consider adopting a dog or a puppy from an animal shelter. Many animal shelters have purebred and ‘designer dogs’ who have been left by their owners (mostly because moving to an apartment that doesn’t allow dogs)

– Mama

Dogs who donate blood

One of the most memorable volunteering experiences I have is the time I spent working with the American Red Cross. Over the past decade, the American Red Cross has received a lot of negative press (remember the 9/11 fiasco?) yet, given all their mishaps, they are still one of the premier emergency relief organizations in the world.

The American Red Cross:

  • collects blood and organ tissues
  • provides emergency assistance to families who lose their homes via unexpected crises (fires, floods, earthquake)
  • provides CPR and First Aid training to anyone who wants it (Mama received her CPR and First Aid Instructor training from the American Red Cross)
  • links members of the U.S. Armed Forces with their families during a crisis
  • provides travel assistance for two immediate family members to attend a memorial or funeral service for a service member killed on active duty in the combat zone and to travel to the bedside of a service member wounded in the combat zone (roundtrip airfare, lodging costs, and food and incidentals)

How is the American Red Cross able to provide so many free services?

The Red Cross is not a government agency; it relies on donations of time, money, and blood to do its work. When you donate blood to and American Red Cross, they divide it into different compartments (red blood cells, plasma, platelets, cryoprecipitate) and sell it blood to hospitals. The money they receive from the sales of blood is used to fund their emergency relief efforts. Currently only 3 out of every 100 people in America donate blood. An average of 92 cents of every dollar the Red Cross spends is invested in humanitarian services and programs.

If dogs can give blood, so can we.

– Mama

MamasHealth Book Give-a-way

Each month, Mama gives away books. Enter to win a copy of “Beyond Blue” by Therese Borchard


Mama plants more trees with Trees for the Future


Our Facebook Fans are the best. Because of you, we planted 550 more trees. At the end of each month, we plant a tree with the help of our partner Trees for the Future for each of our Facebook fans.

At the end of December, we had 550 Facebook fans, so we planted 550 trees.

Become a fan now
and help us stop soil erosion, improve air quality, and preserve traditional livelihoods. Every little tree helps.

Removeez: Mama wants you to experience the joy

Sneak peak: In January, we will give away 5 packages of Removeez.




  • Temporary tattoos
  • Bandages
  • Tape of all kinds
  • Tar
  • Sap
  • Ink/Ballpoint pen
  • Permanent markers
  • Residue adhesive
  • Wax used by beauticians
  • Auto grease
  • Door grease
  • Shoe polish
  • Shoe glue
  • Color copy ink/Personal printer ink
  • Paint
  • Spray adhesive
  • Tile and carpet adhesive
  • Oil based paints
  • Industrial adhesives

… and the list keeps growing.

Removeez is easy and convenient.
Pick a favorite scent,
rub problem area with a fingertip massage,
and then wipe away with a paper towel

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