The Butterfly Trade Effect - Project Butterfly Trade

June 17, 2015 3 Comments

Imagine a butterfly touching down on a child's nose after dancing through a garden on a sunny day. The child beaming with joy lightens the hearts of those around him or her. It only took the natural instincts of the butterfly to land on the child's nose and wow a smile appeared.

Each one of us has natural instincts to want to help others. Be a butterfly and follow your instincts to trade your time and energy for a beautiful smile and happiness in the world. 

Some ideas include planting a garden in a public space, helping someone with their groceries, holding the door for a stranger, giving a mom with kids your umbrella during a rain storm, helping pay for someone's important surgery, or funding someone's college education. Please send in videos of your random act of kindness acts and we will post them on our website, Facebook fan page, and YouTube channel if they are really awesome. 

Follow your instincts like a Butterfly and Trade something of value to you like your time, energy or money in order to spread smiles across the planet. This causes The Butterfly Trade Effect and smiles go viral. We put proceeds derived from clothing sales into igniting The Butterfly Trade Effect. Thank you for being a part of this movement to make the world a better place.

From our heart to yours, The Butterfly Trade Family 





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gina
gina

October 24, 2016

I had finally received my order of native American sweats wasn’t happy with my order the sweats where to big and didn’t like the style they looked like they where a male style of sweats and didn’t care for the back pocket and the printing looked a lot different when i ordered them so i’am sending them back requesting a pair of your native american yoga pants in a size small I was very disappointed when your info said it would only take 14 business days for delivery, I didn’t receive them until a month later, i’am only hoping your company honor’s my request, i’am hoping to do more business with your company in the near future. if any question’s feel free to contact me at 1-920-304-1881 sinserly gina barbican.
Anna
Anna

October 18, 2015

When my adult children and I see a man/woman in uniform we always thank them. My boys even show respect by removing their hats before shaking hands with our military guys. If we see a vet, we also show due respect by thanking them and shaking hands. I am so proud of my children for showing this respect even now in their adult lives. This site really caught my eye when I noticed that you do random acts of kindness, I have always done so, and taught my kids the same. Thank You

Ms. Lori J Hartrum
Ms. Lori J Hartrum

August 24, 2015

That’s awesome! God bless her and God bless you for recognizing her! I myself am a disabled service-connected veteran, I serve as a combat medic in the U.S. Army with the 25th infantry division and Schofield barracks Hawaii from 1985 to 1990 I am a single mother of five amazing children one who is disabled himself after being hit by car eight years ago he was left a partial quad with dramatic brain injury they told me he was brain-dead nice should unplug his ventilator and I did not and today I have the most amazing inspirational tough little fighter he is amazing. I am also currently the chaplain for our American Legion and I’m the pool service officer for our Honor Guard. We post colors at all events marching parades and do the saddest thing is better and funerals but I love still participating as a veteran and I love my veteran friends !!
Lori Hartrum??

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