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Our retail partners share our mission for doing good and offering exceptional products to their customers.   

Logo for Hearthstone Home in NeedhamHearthstone Home, located at 1038 Great Plain Avenue in Needham sells upholstered furniture, home accents, vases, lamps, throws, mirrors, gifts and more!

The benefiting charity from purchases made at Hearthstone Home is the Boston Bullpen Project which works to identify and fill urgent needs, providing financial support, while fostering a spirit that empowers others to pay it forward


logo for Port Plums in NewburyportPort Plums & Culinary Goods and Olive Oil, located in the Tannery Marketplace in Newburyport boasts over 65 extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars, among many other treasures for your kitchen and home.

The benefiting charity from purchases made from Port Plums is the Greenbelt, Essex County’s Landtrust which works within the 34 cities and towns of Essex County,  to realize their land conservation goals. 


BlBlack Sheep Mercantile Martha's Vineyard Logoack Sheep Mercantile, located at 17 Airport Road, Edgartown on Martha's Vineyard offers exceptional gourmet take-away and a fine selection of gifts.

Purchases from the Black Sheep support the Island Housing Trust, a non-profit organization creating and sustaining permanently affordable housing solutions on the Vineyard. Read more here. 



18K Gold Necklace from Hughes-Bosca as seen at Side Street Gallery in Gloucester, MASide Street Gallery, located at 17 Rocky Neck Ave. in Gloucester, is the home of Hughes-Bosca fine 18K BOLD Gold jewelry. As a gallery they focus on finding and representing exceptional contemporary artists and ethnic objects. Through eclectic displays they offer a vision of how to bring unusual art/objects into your every day life. The Rocky Neck Arts Colony scholarship fund is the benefitting charity from purchases from Side Street!



Logo for the old town hall exchange located in lincoln, ma. It is a sketch of the building.Opened in 1963 as a member of the Federation of Woman's Exchanges, the Old Town Hall Exchange has a mission of representing crafters' work They offer a unique selection of gifts, toys, baby clothing, books, jewelry and paper goods with an emphasis on the local community. In 2005 they restored the lower level and began to sell antique furniture and vintage accessories. 


Photo of blackboard outside Brooklyn Women's ExchangeThe Brooklyn Women’s Exchange, located in Brooklyn Heights, was founded in 1854, is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run craft and gift shop, supporting independent craftspeople from Brooklyn and beyond. Visit them and learn why Vogue called them a "shop of note."