Zaarly Storefront Owner, Robyn Rosenberger seeks to empower little ones one cape at a time. Robyn founded TinySuperheroes, an organization that donates capes to extraordinary kids who exemplify strength and determination as they overcome illness and disability.
In just four short months TinySuperheroes has empowered over 500 children in 35 states and 5 countries. Robyn doesn’t want to stop here. That’s why she’s created an Indiegogo campaign to raise $64,000 in just one month. Help Robyn meet her goal by donating before June 18th so she can ramp up production and brighten even more lives with a broader reach.
Take a few minutes to watch this video and help Robyn and all of the TinySuperheroes out there by spreading the word about her campaign to raise funds to help buy fabric, sew, personalize and ship each cape. To support Robyn, check out her storefront and donate a cape!
For a special event, a proper table setting includes at least three forks and spoons, and a variety of glasses and different sized plates. The tables at the Indian Hills Country Club, during the annual luncheon and auction of the Greater Kansas City alumnae chapter of Delta Gamma, certainly had that, but they had something extra special, too.
Zaarly Storefront Owner, Kelly Aaron, spent weeks crafting one-of-a-kind mosaic pieces to decorate the space and donate to the auction. The Delta Gammas hosts the luncheon every year, and have raised over $95,000 for sight-related charities.
Kelly has been crafting mosaics for seven years after discovering the art form at a local craft fair. She loves collaborating with clients to create custom work. Check out her Storefront and get to work on a creation of your own!
We are honored to support Leslie Kay, one of San Francisco’s best bakers, in her endeavor to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness during the month of May.
Leslie describes her connection to breast cancer below:
On April 24th 2012, I lost my best friend and mother, Claire, to breast cancer when she was 60 years old. I was devastated and realized that life is too short, so I quit my corporate sales job. I wanted to do something that would make a difference in this world and my mom proud. As a result, Leslie Kay Bakery was born.
Since owning my own bakery, I donate 10% of profits to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. In the month of May, I’m very honored and appreciative of Zaarly’s commitment to match all Leslie Kay Bakery donations.
Your purchase will go towards research that impacts millions of lives and quite possibly the life of someone close to you.
This Mother’s Day, help donate to a great cause and feel good knowing that you are making a difference in the lives of those battling breast cancer.
To support Leslie, visit her Storefront and purchase here.