We love receiving notes of gratitude for creating products that bring a sense of calm when situations are tough. Through the years, we have formed partnerships with countless charities to fulfill needs. Below are just a few ....
CURED is a not for profit foundation dedicated to those suffering from Eosinophilic Diseases.
CURED is committed to raising funding for research, patient advocacy and raising awareness about this complex group of diseases. We branded our Baby Paper for the organization to sell on their website and to help keep patients calm during constant, invasive medical procedures.
Artists with Autism, Inc is a nonprofit whose purpose is to help increase the potential of individuals with autism through programs that support, cultivate and promote the diverse contributions and artistic abilities of aspiring artists with autism.
We are excited that one of their artists, Brandon, created a special LIMITED EDITION pattern!
Cranio Care Bears gives support & encouragement through loving care packages. Their mission is to spread awareness, support & compassion through loving care packages to families of children facing surgery for craniosynostosis. Their care packages include items for the child & family to relieve the stress accompanying this very serious surgery.
A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS FROM OUR WOODLANDS PATTERN WILL GO TO CRANIO CARE BEARS!
The mission of the Down Syndrome Diagnosis Network is to connect, support, and provide accurate information for families with a Down syndrome diagnosis. Their vision is to ensure families have unbiased and factually accurate diagnosis experiences, every time, through which families quickly know they're not alone.
Our hearts were warmed when the organization filled our inbox with pictures of their littlest members enjoying our Baby Paper & Fidgety Paper!
Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation was founded in late 1992 by Kathleen A. Casey, CEO/President. The foundation is named in memory of her eight-year-old son, Barrett “Bear” Krupa, who died after a courageous battle with pediatric cancer.
Prior to his death on January 9, 1993, Bear & his mother discussed and planned the formation of Bear Necessities. During his long stay in the hospital, Bear expressed more concern for other pediatric cancer patients than he did for himself.
We created a branded version of our Baby Paper in hopes that it would bring comfort to these little warriors.