It takes a village to raise a family. It may also take a clothing company.
Baby brand Custom Kingdom has reached out to Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman -- who has no job and supports her family on food stamps -- to donate clothing for all 14 of her children. "We understand the financial strain one child can put on a family, let alone 14 little ones, so we would like to do our part and donate clothing from our line," the company says in a letter released to Usmagazine.com.
Custom Kingdom has offered to send its own favorite designs each month, or let Suleman's kids select. The company says if the family is still struggling with funds after a year, the company -- which sells brands like Ninja, iPoo and Security on its Web site -- has agreed to continue sending clothes.
Custom Kingdom will "provide at least $500 in clothing each month, for one year." It's the same company which sent its cute "I'm Out on Parole" onesies to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's twins Knox and Viv after their birth last July.