Review: Niice Stuff

Ever come across a product and think: This is meant to be!? That’s how I felt when I first came across Niice Stuff. At first glance, this may be your typical small time clothing shop. But it’s so much more!

Niice stands for: Nurturing Individuals Inspiring Children Everyday and the mission behind these products is to help adolescent children find their forever homes. Created by Rosine and Curt McCauley and inspired by their their son Stephan who they adopted at age 17, Niice is helping those older children who are often looked over in adoption find their own loving families to go home to.  Did you know that only 10% of children adopted are over the age of 12? That statistic is so heartbreaking to me. One thing Niice Stuff is doing to help increase those numbers is donating a percentage of each sale to the Community Partnership for Children!

I was sent my own Niice T-shirt and I will wear it proudly! It’s very soft and comfortable and the sizing was spot on.
I found myself immediately drawn to this company because of my own background. I was adopted at age 8 along side my brother and sister. After, my parents did foster care for over 10 years and only took on teenage boys who were/are easily forgotten in the system. They adopted my youngest brother when he was  13. My in-laws also adopted 4 siblings. As you can see, adoption is very close to my heart! I’m honored to do my part in spreading the word and mission of Niice.

Check out their website, and be sure to give them a follow on Facebook and Twitter and if you feel so inclined to share their mission, you just might be helping out one of those children hoping to find a permanent home.

Note: Product was sent to me for review, all opinions are my own!

About Heather Stevens

Heather is a Michigan mom of two awesome boys and married to her High School sweetheart. When she is not blogging she is getting into mischief and blaming it on the dog, packing Angry Birds in her husband's lunch, and crying about getting older.