It's our belief that giving back to your community and supporting marginalized groups is of vital importance. Therefore, we give a portion of our profit to charity groups, advocacy groups, and mutual aid programs annually. Wonder where it goes?
Take a look at where past donations have been sent:
Local operation helping low-income individuals and families on the North Fork struggling with nutrition, clothing, energy, employment, and education.
Local animal welfare group that operates two no-kill shelters in both Riverhead and Southold NY townships.
A Indigenous American led group that seeks to improve economic conditions for first nations through financial grants, technical training, advocacy, & policy.
Natural Resources Defense Council
A group of team of lawyers, scientists, and advocates fighting to defend wild places and wildlife as well as advance urgent climate action.
A unique charity that relieves medical debt for low income individuals and families across the county by purchasing portfolios of debt and clearing it.
Supporting the reconstruction and revitalization of Greenport's youth skate park.
An NYC based charity dedicated to reducing homelessness among LGBTQIA+ youth by addressing housing, physical and mental health, education, and employment.
A volunteer effort created by jewelers Matthieu Cheminée and Tim McCreight to collect donations of new or gently used silversmithing tools and deliver them directly to hardworking jewelers primarily in West Africa.
A retreat space that utilizes equine therapy to help provide a safe haven for veterans and first responders experiencing PTSD.
A referral-based nonprofit that provides people seeking abortions with travel, food, lodging, child care and other logistical support.
Our local fire department that is staffed completely by volunteers from the Village of Greenport and surrounding municipalities.
A program that supports vocational training, entrepreneurship, food instability, and community development in East African artisanal gem mining communities.
A group led by Indigenous artist Jeremy Dennis, Ma's House is a communal art space based on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation that features a residency program, art studio, library, and art & history-based programs for tribe members and the broader local community.
A Long Island based group that has worked with landowners, communities, and municipalities to protect over 13,000 acres of land for agricultural and public use.
Helping to improve transparency, sustainability, and ethics in the jewelry community.
An advocacy group that aims to stop police brutality, provide mental health support for those who need it, improve community interactions, and ensure accountability among law enforcement.
Working to remove mercury from mining operations to better the planet and the surrounding communities.
A group that honors and celebrates the maritime history, culture and heritage of eastern Long Island.