we have millions of reasons to thank you, as part of our glassybaby community. today we have a $4 million reason: we have just given away our $4 millionth dollar to organizations that support hope and healing. so to all of you who love glassybaby and help us give, thank you.
in the spirit of giving, our retail stores will close on January 13th, so that our employees can give back to our local communities by volunteering a paid day of work.
these are the amazing nonprofit partners we’ll be volunteering with:
Every day thousands of cancer patients need a ride to treatment, but some may not have a way to get there.
The American Cancer Society Road To Recovery program provides transportation to and from treatment for people with cancer who do not have a ride or are unable to drive themselves.
Volunteer drivers donate their time and the use of their cars so that patients can receive the life-saving treatments they need. If you or your loved one needs a ride to treatment, call the American Cancer Society at 1-800-227-2345 to be matched with a volunteer.
10% of each online sale for the month of january will be donated to the American Cancer Society.
what we’ll be helping with: providing rides for patients to chemo treatments.
GLIDE’s mission is to create a radically inclusive, just and loving community mobilized to alleviate suffering and break the cycles of poverty and marginalization.
10% from the sale of each ‘cozy‘ will be donated to GLIDE
what we’ll be helping with: serving 2,400 meals.
Camp Korey empowers children and families living with serious medical conditions through year-round, life-changing experiences, always free of charge. As a member of the SeriousFun Children’s Network, founded by Paul Newman, their innovative programs help families reclaim the joyful adventures of childhood, so kids can just be kids.
10% from the sale of each ‘angel‘ will be donated to camp korey.
what we’ll be helping with: renovating their sensory hallway.
the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is the heart and soul of Stanford Children’s Health. Nationally ranked and internationally recognized, their 311-bed hospital is devoted entirely to pediatrics and obstetrics. their six centers of excellence provide comprehensive services and deep expertise in key obstetric and pediatric areas. they also provide an additional, wide range of services for babies, kids and pregnant moms.
10% from the sale of each ‘grateful red‘ will be donated to Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital.
what we’ll be helping with: engaging kids in the Playroom in activities such as arts and crafts and games.
Since 2008 Veteran and active duty military families have found a “home away from home” in the VA Puget Sound Fisher House. They come from all over the world, with different backgrounds, different needs but united in their love and concern for a hospitalized patient. In this beautiful home they find peace and respite for themselves.
10% from the sale of each drinker will be donated to Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital.
what we’ll be helping with: preparing lunch for 30 residents and cleaning the house.
The Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank is committed to providing quality food, clothing and other items to their customers. they have a special emphasis on healthy foods and work hard to get fresh, local produce into homes. their Clothing Bank is there to provide other essential needs for families: clothing, household items, toiletries and diapers.
what we’ll be helping with: serving food bank customers.
The Collegiana, UWMC’s hospitality house, offers short or long-term lodging for UWMC patients and their families in a friendly, community-like atmosphere.
Common kitchen, dining and recreational facilities afford an opportunity for social engagement not found in most hotels, while quiet, spacious and affordable rooms with private baths offer a peaceful night’s sleep.
what we’ll be helping with: cleaning patio, replanting beds, and cleaning out kitchen cupboards.
High unemployment and the lingering effects of the recession have pushed record numbers of people in San Francisco and Marin to the point of hunger. While government safety net programs are stretched thin with budget cuts, people can still count on the Food Bank. Thanks to their thousands of donors and volunteers, they haven’t cut back. they’ve scaled up, and are getting more food to more families than ever before.
what we’ll be helping with: helping to sort food.