bokk (\bōk\) vb. 1. to share; origin: Wolof.
Sharing is one of the most important things we teach children, and it is at the root of what we do. We're all about sharing our planet and sharing our things for a healthier and more connected world.
OUR DONATION PROGRAM
Give back to others and the planet by recycling used and outgrown baby clothing with us. We provide packaging and pre-paid return labels so you can donate clothing, blankets, and accessories of any brand back to us, hassle free and without leaving home. Donations are packaged into take-home care bundles for mothers who deliver in rural clinics in Senegal, West Africa. Learn More.
TRADE IN & SIZE UP
We'll take back any Bokk Baby items your child has outgrown and you'll receive a 20% discount on your next purchase. Return shipping is always on us, and items we take back are sorted into our Bokk Bundle Donation Program. Keep shopping with us as your baby grows, and we'll keep offering you rewards for furthering our mission. Learn More.
COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY
We use only all-natural and sustainable fabrics made from hemp, bamboo, and organic cotton that are safer for baby and the environment. Our clothes are made here in the U.S.A., adhering to the highest standards of ethical production and sourcing. Oh, and we also have strong feelings about recycling. Learn more.
Co-founders Margaret and Danny met while serving as U.S. Peace Corps Volunteers in Senegal. He lived in the capital city and built urban organic gardens; she lived in a rural village and worked with midwives to renovate a community health clinic where over 40 babies are delivered each year.
When Margaret's sister had her first baby, she saw how quickly the outgrown clothes piled up. By the time her nephew was 3 months old, he had already outgrown drawers full of newborn baby clothes, most of them worn only a handful of times, some of them never worn at all.
That got us thinking: What could we do to give high-quality, gently worn baby clothing a longer life? Why wasn't there a simple way for parents to donate what they no longer need? The more we thought about it, the more we saw an opportunity to build a brand founded on a circular principle, where new products are made sustainably and where what's been worn already can be worn and loved again many times over.