Gifts That Give Back
American Express Giving
Redeem Membership Rewards Points to make a donation, or make a direct cash donation through American Express. The Lustgarten Foundation will receive $10 for every 1,000 points redeemed!
JustGive is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase charitable giving by connecting people with the charities and causes they care most about. The site offers many ways to give—direct donations, charity gift cards, charity gift registries, wedding registries, gift collections, and memorial donations—for every purpose and occasion.
Giftback helps people express themselves with high-quality gifts while supporting important causes at the same time. Ten percent of every purchase will be donated to The Lustgarten Foundation when you select us as your charity of choice!
Raise a penny for The Lustgarten Foundation each time you perform a qualified search on iSearchiGive. You Search, They Pay, We Receive.
iGive is a free service which enables members to earn money for their favorite cause whenever they make an online purchase or search the web.
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Karla Gudeon Family Press
Artist Karla Gudeon is a proud supporter of the Lustgarten Foundation via her collection of original hand-watercolor engravings.
Karla chose the name Gudeon Family Press for her business to honor her extended family members who demonstrate how life can be lived as an artistic extravaganza. Her artwork thematically portrays the most meaningful elements of her life including strong women, spirituality and the natural world. Karla’s affiliation with the Lustgarten Foundation is in memory of her stepmom, Susan Gudeon, who brought her dad years of tremendous joy, friendship and seriously funny sarcasm.www.karlagudeon.com
Katherine's Potholders for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness
Katherine created Potholders for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness in honor of her grandmother, who was lost to the disease. As a child, Katherine and her grandmother would make potholders in all colors and designs. She decided to make potholders to help bring awareness to this disease and support research aimed at finding a cure. Katherine hopes her potholders will be a symbol of hope and awareness for pancreatic cancer. All proceeds from the sale of Katherine's potholders will be donated to The Lustgarten Foundation.
The more you shop the more you give.