Our Charity Partners
90% of sales proceeds always goes to our charity partners.
You choose to which of the following your purchase dollars go:
CASA Kane County is a Guardian ad Litem, nonprofit volunteer organization that advocates for the best interests of children in abuse, neglect and private guardianship cases within the Juvenile Court system. We believe all children in the foster care system will have a safe, nurturing and permanent home where they can thrive with the support and involvement of their community. Our paramount value is integrity. Morality, ethics and law each help guide the many decisions made each day. Respect and passion connect stakeholders to the mission. Everything we do is driven by service for the children.
The Joshua Tree Community is a 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit Day Program for non-aggressive young adults with intellectual disabilities over the age of 22 who are no longer in public education and over the age of 18. It is our goal to provide an underserved community of adults a means to participate in activities that will enrich their lives on a year round, daily basis.
Established in 2007 to raise the quality of educational support for children and young adults with autism, Turning Pointe Autism Foundation creates best practice learning environments to increase independence, and improve communication and socially appropriate behaviors. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, we rely on the partnership of volunteers, donors, school districts and Employment Partners to ensure a sustainable and meaningful future for our mission and students. The funds received from The Birdhouse Lady go to scholarships which help underprivileged individuals attend the school.
Sharing Connections brings together community members by enabling families and businesses to share their gently used furniture, household items and clothing with families needing assistance. This is a unique opportunity for the community to directly make an impact by passing on something they no longer need to make a difference in the life of a family. The families served by SC include the previously homeless, unemployed and working poor, veterans, victims of domestic violence, immigrants, individuals with mental or physical disabilities, victims of fire, flood and natural disasters, etc.
We are passionate about helping those experiencing food insecurity ... passionate about making sure those who have fallen on bad times receive proper nutrition ... passionate about ensuring children have access to healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner so they can do their best at school ... and simply put, passionate about making hunger history in our community. We provide groceries and encouragement to neighbors who have lost jobs, are disabled and cannot work, are senior citizens living on a fixed income, or simply have difficulty making ends meet. We are there for these neighbors. We are there to be the smile in their day.