What’s in the Box?!


Helliemae’s Harvest Apple Cider Caramels: 
Harvest Apple Cider: Rich creamy caramels with apple cider from a family farm. Super fresh and tart, like a caramel-covered apple without the mess. Big Halloween and Fall energy. Contains: Milk. Manufactured in a facility that uses eggs, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts. *Important* 3 Month best-by date | Store at cool room temp 75F or below | Keep away from strong scents
Woman-owned and made in Denver!

The Bearded Mug Man Fall Mug:
Dad. Husband. Veteran. Air Traffic Controller. Just a guy with a hobby!

Dishwasher and Microwave safe.

Amish Country Popcorn Soap 

Here’s a unique twist on microwave popcorn.  One of our white popcorn ears packaged with it’s own microwave bag. Put it in the microwave and sit back and enjoy the show. Popping popcorn has never been so fun!

In 1965 in the “Amish Country” community of Berne, Indiana, Roy Lehman planted a small plot of popcorn for his six year old son, Brian. Brian then began supplying his family with popcorn. He remembers carrying popcorn to school, and his sixth grade teacher was one of his most loyal customers. When he finished high school, he wanted to stay on the family farm and continue to grow and sell popcorn. Fifty years later, Brian is still in the popcorn business. The people who know Brian would tell you that he is known for the following two things: serving the Lord and selling popcorn. All popcorn is Non-GMO and Kosher certified, as well as gluten/peanut/tree nut-free. Made in United States of America

Fall Tea from KeyJay



WeeCycle is a nonprofit organization serving Colorado families. They partner with other local organizations that provide necessities to families, particularly with infants and toddlers, struggling with poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, teen pregnancy, and under-employment. WeeCycle’s mission is to recycle essential baby gear and match it to Colorado families in need.

What is diaper need?

The lack of a sufficient supply of diapers to keep an infant or toddler dry, clean and healthy. 1 in 3 American families report suffering from diaper need.

 Families struggling with diaper need miss up to 4 days of work per-month as a result of diaper shortage.

Childcare centers require a supply of disposable diapers for children to attend. No child care  = the inability to work.   

There is no public assistance to help families facing diaper need. WIC and Food Stamps DO NOT subsidize diapers.

How can YOU help alleviate diaper need?


Help out at the WeeCycle warehouse. Visit weecycle.org/volunteer for upcoming dates

Diaper Drive
Host a diaper drive at your home, school, business, playgroup, temple, or church. You pick the dates, spread the word, and we do the rest.

Host a Party
Invite your friends to bring donations for the Weecycle Diaper Bank in lieu of gifts. Baby showers, birthday parties, holiday parties are all great options.


Giving Circle
Schedule a giving circle to help fundraise for the WeeCycle Diaper Bank. Gather your friends at your location, and we’ll come to you! We’ll provide pertinent information and answer questions.


Donate Funds
Monetary donations help us continue operations for the WeeCycle Diaper Bank.