Give Back

We feel very strongly about our responsibility to community and country and this is why we have come up with the Give Back Program. Very simply put, on every order we receive, a portion of all pre-taxed dollars, excluding postage and shipping, will be donated to a charitable organization. When you place an order you will be asked which participating charity you want the donation to go to. For more information on any of our give back charities just click on their links to their websites below.
The Capitol Community Fund for Music and Education sends local-area teachers to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s Summer Teacher Institute to receive curriculum training on how to bring music history into classrooms — emphasizing the interplay between popular music and activism. The fund also supports various charities in conjunction with artists performing at The Cap.


Tarrytown Music Hall
Tarrytown Music Hall, a landmark historic theater has been in the heart of its community since it first opened in 1885. Antonin Dvorak, Theodore Roosevelt and Mae West appeared here in the early days, in the 1940’s it was saved from the wrecking ball in 1980 by local enthusiasts and has grown to become a major regional venue for live performing arts. It is also the home of resident companies such as Random Farms Kids’ Theater, Westchester Symphonic Winds and Ballet Des Ameriques, as well as to numerous morning school shows, serving over 10,000 children annually. The Music Hall is also starting a new performing arts school in 2018: The Music Hall Academy.  Supporting the Music Hall helps us provide space for the above companies as well as countless recitals, classic films, etc. We live to serve our community and rely on its support to continue, thank you for considering us! 


Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative
BVMI provides free primary care to Bergen County adults who work but do not have health insurance. BVMI is guided by the "Culture of Caring" and believes that how people are treated is as important as the care they receive. With the help and expertise of 65 volunteer physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, dietitians and others, BVMI treated nearly 1,000 patients in over 6,000 medical visits in 2016. For more information, please call (201) 342-2478 or visit

Lemons of Love
Everyone knows someone who has been touched by cancer. We never know what we should do for them... Lemons of Love is just that gift! We have already donated several hundred goodie bags to chemo patients, either by taking them to the cancer hospital or sending them out to people in need! Thank you all for your continued support as this charity is run completely by a 'pay it forward' donation basis. I am so grateful for everyone's support! Please post fun things on this page!! :)

Avenues For Justice
Avenues for Justice, (Andrew Glover Youth Program) works directly with young people to help them understand, accept responsibility for, gain control of and direct their own lives in a positive, law abiding manner. We provide an alternative to incarceration that works. The idea is simple. Instead of sending kids to jail, the court sends them to us. We help solve the problems that got the kid into trouble in the first place. When we do, we solve the real problem and something amazing happens. The kid doesn't get into trouble again and is on the road to a healthy constructive life.

Fort Lee Ambulance Corps
Since its incorporation in 1971, the Fort Lee Ambulance Corps has grown from a relatively quiet transport service consisting of two Cadillac Ambulances to one of the busiest Ambulance Corps in the county proudly operating three state-of-the art ambulances. In 2004, the dedicated members of the Corps answered more than 3,300 calls for assistance in the borough and extended community.

Hospice Foundation of America
Hospice offers medical care toward a different goal: maintaining or improving quality of life for someone whose illness, disease or condition is unlikely to be cured. Each patient’s individualized care plan is updated as needed to address the physical, emotional and spiritual pain that often accompanies terminal illness. Hospice care also offers practical support for the caregiver(s) during the illness and grief support after the death. Hospice is something more that is available to the patient and the entire family when curative measures have been exhausted and life prognosis is six months or less.

Locks of Love
Locks of Love is a public non-profit organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children under age 21 suffering from long-term medical hair loss from any diagnosis.

Project Morry
Project Morry is a nonprofit, year-round youth development organization, anchored by a residential summer camp with an educational focus. The organization is dedicated to giving youth from underserved communities, in and around the New York City metropolitan area, enriching learning opportunities through a curriculum based on school gatherings and an intensive summer camp program. The children, for whom these experiences would not otherwise be available, benefit from a network of support and gain increased social skills, enhanced self-esteem, positive core values and a greater sense of personal responsibility.